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Anyone know the odds for this?
If your in a hand and you see the flop come out with 2 cards of the same suit.....for example 10h, 5h, 7c........What are the odds of any given player at the table having 2 hearts in their hand? Assuming you have none in your own hand

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It's going to depend slightly on preflop ranges but just quickly here on a two tone flop where your opponent (in a heads up pot) can hold any of the remaining unaccounted for cards at equal probability, I can tell you the odds of you playing against a flush draw are approximately 5.2%. If you're in a multiway flop situation the odds that at least one of the other players in the pot hold a flush draw would be higher than that of course. The answer depends on the exact number of players.

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It's not just odds of them being dealt either. It's odds of them being dealt, played, and then the flop coming with two of that suit. So it depends a lot on opponent's preflop range. 
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so there are 52 cards in the deck before dealt to any player! you have none there are 13 suited cards 2 on board now, and total 3 card on flop so there are 11 suited and 5232=47 total cards left. ___________ for giving player, he has two cards , need to be 2 cards from 11 suited among the 47 cards. therefor the possibility is 11/47 X (111)/(471)=5.08% 
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The above post made me realize I made a slight error when I was converting to a decimal in my head. It is in fact ~5.09% and not ~5.2%. Probability of at least one player holding a flush draw on a two tone flop would then be 1  (1026/1081)^n where n is the number of players in the hand.
