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jolubman

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Starting Hands (being dealt)
AA, KK, AKs 82:1
AA, KK,QQ, JJ, TT, AKs, AKo, 28:1
99, 88, AQs, AQo, or better 16.9:1
77, 66, 55, ATs, KQs, AJo, or better 10.8:1
44, 33,22, KJs, QTs, ATo, KQo, or better 7.19:1

Flops
Flopping at least a pair with any two cards 2.2:1
Pocekt Pair to Flop Set or Better 7.5:1
Set on flop completing to full house 2:1
Completing a flush when starting with two suited cards 15:1
Suited Cards to Flop 4 Flush 7.48:1
Flopping flush draw or two pair or better 6.4:1
45-JT to Flop Straight 76:1
An A will flop (and no K) when you hold KK 3.3:1
An A or K flops (and no Q) when you hold QQ 1.3:1
An A, K, or Q flops (and no J) when you hold JJ 7:1
AK flopping a pair 40.40%
Holding a King - an Ace will appear by the river 17%
Holding a Queen - an Ace or King will appear by the river 32%
JJ - chance of an over card after the flop 45%
TT - chance of an over card after the flop 57%
AK flopping a pair 40.40%
Two-suited flops 55%

Starting Hands
Suited Cards 3.25:1
Ax 5.63:1
Dealt a pocket pair 16:1
2♥ 2♦ beats A♠ K♣53%
AK flopping a pair 40.40%
 
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joosebuck

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well i guess i have to edit out my smartass comment since you fixed the formatting.
 
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jolubman

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I had to redo the formatting. When I posted it, it all came together.
 
skoldpadda

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I don't know the exact stat, but I think it's 52% favorite for middle suited connectors like 9/10 and 10/J vs lower pairs like 2's, 3's, 4's. This is because of the flush and straight and overcard and counterfeiting possibilities -- a pair is not always a favorite vs 2 overcards. I think many people are unaware of this.
 
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aren't the chances of getting aces not 82:1 but 220:1???
and isn't AK suited more rare than aces???
 
jolubman

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aren't the chances of getting aces not 82:1 but 220:1???
and isn't AK suited more rare than aces???


That's not of getting only aces it's AA, KK. AKs. I took these stats out of several books.
 
skoldpadda

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isn't AK suited more rare than aces???


Hmmm, let's think about that:

1. There are 4 ways to get AK suited
2. There are 6 combinations of AA

Yes, you are correct, sir!
 
DaveE

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typo?

An A will flop (and no K) when you hold KK 3.3:1
An A or K flops (and no Q) when you hold QQ 1.3:1
An A, K, or Q flops (and no J) when you hold JJ 7:1



I'm guessing that JJ 7:1 is a typo. Is it 0.7:1?
I'm not trying to be critical, in fact I plan to print this.
 
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smd173

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Starting Hands (being dealt)
An A, K, or Q flops (and no J) when you hold JJ 7:1
JJ - chance of an over card after the flop 45%

One of these numbers has to be wrong.
 
elmo_24

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thank you, i was looking for something like this a while ago
 
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