- Sep 20, 2016
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Let's say both players have suited cards. What are the odds of a flush over a flush in poker?
Love your sig. :rofl:Roughly 24.45:1 against or about 3.93%.
I am not sure how useful that number is, though. But it is the number of ways there can be 3 flush cards, plus the number of ways there could be 4 flush cards, plus the number of ways there could be 5 flush cards over the number of ways to deal 5 cards from the 48 remaining cards.
The odds of getting beat by a higher flush are definitely lower if you don't play all those lower suited hands! Stick with the high suited ones and you'll get that occasional sting a lot less often