icepari said:

This is not right.When you flip a coin you have 50/50 chance .But the coin can end up on one side like 400 times in a row.When you play roulette and lets say it comes number 1.The chance to be number 1 next time the roullete spins is the same CAUSE CARDS ROULETES AND ALL THIS STUFF DON`T HAVE MEMORY.They don`t know if you were dealt AA 1-2-or 500 times in a row.Just for example i got Qc7s 3 times in a row in a live game .This is something quite normal if you think about getting AA two times in a row as one it`s not right. I can say i look as one to getting A2 and then 23 as one and the chance to guess two consecutive hands will always be the same no matter AA(two times ) AK;AQ or any other .

Again, nope. Getting AK twice in a row is almost twice as likely as AA. There are 6 ways to make a single pair. Lets use Aces. Ac-As, Ac-Ah, Ac-Ad, As-Ah, As-Ad, Ah-Ad. There are 16 ways to make 2 unpaired cards Ac-Kc,Ks,Kh,Kd + Ad-Kc,Ks,Kh,Kd +

Ah-Kc,Ks,Kh,Kd + Ac-Kc,Ks,Kh,Kd + As-Kc,Ks,Kh,Kd.

So, consecutive AA = 1/221 * 1/221 = 1/48841, consecutive AK = 1/166 * 1/166 = 1/27474

And this my friends is my crowning achievement as my dryest most boring post to date. And that's saying alot.