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PLO Straight Flush Blocker Bluff? Anyone done this?  2  5th October 2016 9:10 AM  Cash Games  Hoggie33 
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There are still a lot more combinations that can occur
The fact that drawing to one after you have 2,3, or 4 parts of it has a WAY higher success rate is why you see it more, flush draws are very popular.. In fact, after you hit 4 to a flush it will hit more often than if you had 4 to a straight. Funny thing that math. 
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re: Poker & Why flush occurs in practice more than full house?
There are 2,598,960 Ways to make a 5 card poker hand.
3,744 ways to make full house (3,744/2,598,960=0.00144 or 0.144%) 5,108 ways to make a flush (5,198/2,598,960=0.00197 or 0.197%) {not counting the 40 straight flushes which have a different ranking} In practice there are more ways to make a flush than a full house which is why it occurs more often, and that is why the hands are ranked as they are, so that the less likely full house will win against the more common flush. 
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Flush chaser!!!
I'm 100 times more likely to draw for a flush then a boat....think about how many boats you actually hit in a night playing poker....then compare it to how many flushes you hit or have 4 flushes to draw to...but everyone is right...its just simple math...the flush is more common

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It's kind of an academic question. What you really want to know are the http://gaminghill.com/img/custom//po...ral_odds_1.png) to be quite useful:

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re: Poker & Why flush occurs in practice more than full house?
[quote=MattRyder;3263517]It's kind of an academic question. What you really want to know are the odds of hitting something in relation to your specific starting hand. I find the following table (from http://gaminghill.com/img/custom//pokerschool_general_odds_1.png) to be quite useful:
Thanks for the table, really looks quite useful! 
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