Originally Posted by luizmarinho
As the title says, I was wondering if theres any pocket that have more chances to hits three of a kind on board, not math probably but players will fold more hands like 24, 73, 85 than A6 or K9, so exists any study about if you have more chances to hit a kind of pockets ?
in the long run if everything is random
is the same for card from no deal or card dealt to any player.
to simplifier the question could do this
only 26 cards in the deck, from A to K, each have two of the same kind. eg two of As, two of 7s
if you got 7, and pair with another 7, odd is 1/25
if there is another player dealt with a card, your 7 pairs with another 7, the odd is
if there are three player.
the odd is
regardless how many player added, the odd to pair 7 is 1/25.
so if got 77 hit a set, or KK hit a K, on flop the odds are the same.
but I understand your question, since if you got AA, you may know some A rag like play AX, and by your read, it looks like he/she has an A from his/her holding, in that case , your chance of hitting another A on flop could be recalculated.
therefore, if long term odd same,
if short term by your read, yes different.