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The math behind quads.
Okay, so I've been having a discussion with a friend and I'm not sure if my math is %100 correct here.
Say the flop comes out "777", and you're heads up against the villain. (Full ring or 6 max doesn't matter). What's the chances he has the other 7? I'm im not wrong the math says there's 47 cards we haven't seen and 2 in his hand so 2/47 or 4.3%? Is this the correct way to look at this scenario? For a full ring it would be 16/47? (8 players 2 cards each and then us)? This is for NLHE. I understand it's different for PLO etc 
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