# Quick Trivia Contest

#### killing_random

##### Rock Star

Why our equities are equal?

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#### killing_random

##### Rock Star
It's going to be a split a huge % of the time

Well that's obvious. Question is why.

#### CheezeWiz

##### Legend
The # of 2 Card Card known possible remaining two card combinations are equal in their results.

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#### killing_random

##### Rock Star
Outs are equal.
You can say that pretty much about every two cards here. :2h4::3h: would also have six outs and backdoor flush.

#### CheezeWiz

##### Legend
The # of 2 Card Card known possible remaining two card combinations are equal in their results.

Please check my edited reply for more clarity... sry that you caught my quick answer before editing...lol!

I really like the Question though, killing_random... it is good food for thought and awareness...

Thank You,

CheezeWiz

#### killing_random

##### Rock Star
The # of 2 Card Card known possible remaining two card combinations are equal in their results.

That's a vague answer. It should contain the reason to what you just said, in that specific draw.

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#### rachelle2291

##### Visionary
The chance of the next 2 cards being 54 or 43 or 53 which would give the A6 the win (unless they are both hearts) will exactly equal the chance that the next 2 cards are hearts to give the A2 the win. If there was a club on the flop as well as a heart then the A6 would be the favorite.

#### killing_random

##### Rock Star
The chance of the next 2 cards being 54 or 43 or 53 which would give the A6 the win (unless they are both hearts) will exactly equal the chance that the next 2 cards are hearts to give the A2 the win. If there was a club on the flop as well as a heart then the A6 would be the favorite.

I can't say this is wrong but the answer is simpler than that.

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#### EvandroGatti

##### Rock Star
all the board cards are higher value. The the kicker is pretty much the Q @ this moment. I think...

#### killing_random

##### Rock Star
The equalization ratio is large. But I think the A6 is the favorite

This is just observation, not the answer.

all the board cards are higher value. The the kicker is pretty much the Q @ this moment. I think...

That's right but your answer contain, I would say, 4/5 of the full answer. Pretty close

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#### recoveryagent

##### Rock Star
only one of the next two cards will need to be higher than the six and the odds are in favor of that for a split

#### Kinginthenorth

##### Enthusiast
Eqity

Why our equities are equal?

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Their's only a small chance either of you win 90% of the time another card above 7 and yall split

#### AKQ

##### Legend
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Why our equities are equal?

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Well lets get the question situated first
For the chance to win at showdown, is not equity per se
So I dont understand the question to be honest

#### AKQ

##### Legend
Well lets get the question situated first
For the chance to win at showdown, is not Equity per se
So I dont understand the question to be honest
I love feeling dumb

#### Kinginthenorth

##### Enthusiast
Theirs only a small chance either of you win 90% you will split

#### mtl mile end

##### Moderator
Moderator
A2s with one Heart on QJ9 rainbow flop means that this hand wins with at least one 2 (and no 6) or runner runner Hearts.

A6s with no Club on QJ9 rainbow flop means that this hand wins with a 6 or two cards that are smaller than 6 (but not a 2, and not both Hearts)

All other outcomes are a chop. Without diving into, or necessarily understanding the math, the Odds Calculator suggests that the number of possible scenarios of one hand achieving the above set of circumstances are approximately equal to the other's. I would think if the Odds Calculator gave an answer to six decimal places, one hand would have a slight edge. Since the OC is giving an answer in whole numbers, the frequency of a chop overwhelms the insignificant edge that one hand probably has. :deal:

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#### benitwapasu

##### Rock Star
The equities are equal because both players have an equal chance of winning the pot

#### SpanRmonka

##### Legend
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Why our equities are equal?

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A6 wins if any 2 cards from 3.4.or 5 hit the turn and river, but not a pair of either. A6 also wins if both hands pair their kickers or with trip 6's

A2 has the runner runner flush cards to win outright. Or of course a 2, and trip 2's

The odds of the 2 combos of possible turn and river, must be almost exactly the same.

I've just re read the answers, and I don't actually think I'm adding anything to mtl mile ends post. Apart from maybe the fact that the board can't pair with hands lower than a 6 but not a 2? I don't feel like I've found the simpler answer!

Maybe the simpler answer is the both have the same number of outs?

But surely thats too obvious. I'm totally tying, and typing myself in knots now

#### killing_random

##### Rock Star
only one of the next two cards will need to be higher than the six and the odds are in favor of that for a split

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#### killing_random

##### Rock Star
And for the record this is how it ends
Odds proof nothing once again​

#### SpanRmonka

##### Legend
Nice I was just about to ask!!

K

Time wasting

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#### Laynester

##### Rock Star
Because Equity means equal so....

Because Equity means equal so....the answer is:

Both hand are EQUAL.

Duh.

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