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depends if you're asking the odds of just getting 3 big pairs (defined as JJ+) in a row, or specifically the sequence that occured to you, or some other parameters. calculating the odds of getting exactly JJ, then QQ, then AA in a row would be incredibly arbitrary, so i'd recommend the first one
The odds are 1 in 221 to get a pocket pair. It would be 4/52 x 3/51.
Now this is where it is tricky, and I am not really sure. It could be argued that the odds are still 1 in 221 since the hand before doesnt effect this hand.
Or it could be 10/221 to the 3rd or about 1 in 10,800.
I have these numbers written in my notes, so they may or may not be correct, honestly I cant remember, but something tells me that it doesnt change and the oods are 1 in 221 no matter how many times in a row it is.
I have always thought the odds of getting a ny pair, are 1 in 17. Correct me if I am wrong.
I have always thought the odds of getting a ny pair, are 1 in 17. Correct me if I am wrong.
5 to 1 1 in 5 no one here gets out alive
mojo didn't know his odds