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0.06% suckout

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    • wasy8
      wasy8
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      incorrect. it's 0.71%, not 0.06.

      the more you know
    • pogodon
      pogodon
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      ye and in real life its more then .o6%, and basicaly the exact same thing happened to me b4 i have a thread about it 2 ha
    • wasy8
      wasy8
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      Originally posted by pogodon
      ye and in real life its more then .o6%
      no.
    • Ribbo
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      Originally posted by wasy8
      incorrect. it's 0.71%, not 0.06.

      the more you know
      1 way of winning out of 990 possible outcomes = 0.001%

      That's the chance of a suckout. There are a further 12 ways to chop like running aces or ace & king.

      Holdem Hi: 990 enumerated boards containing Ks Kd Kh
      cards win %win lose %lose tie %tie EV
      Qs Qd 977 98.69 1 0.10 12 1.21 0.993
      7s 7d 1 0.10 977 98.69 12 1.21 0.007

      The More You Know. :f_biggrin:
    • Yoghi
      Yoghi
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      Originally posted by Ribbo
      Originally posted by wasy8
      incorrect. it's 0.71%, not 0.06.

      the more you know
      1 way of winning out of 990 possible outcomes = 0.001%

      That's the chance of a suckout. There are a further 12 ways to chop like running aces or ace & king.

      Holdem Hi: 990 enumerated boards containing Ks Kd Kh
      cards win %win lose %lose tie %tie EV
      Qs Qd 977 98.69 1 0.10 12 1.21 0.993
      7s 7d 1 0.10 977 98.69 12 1.21 0.007

      The More You Know. :f_biggrin:
      0.001% doesn't equal 0.001

      The More You Know. :s_biggrin:
    • Irooz
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    • Ribbo
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      Originally posted by Yoghi
      Originally posted by Ribbo
      Originally posted by wasy8
      incorrect. it's 0.71%, not 0.06.

      the more you know
      1 way of winning out of 990 possible outcomes = 0.001%

      That's the chance of a suckout. There are a further 12 ways to chop like running aces or ace & king.

      Holdem Hi: 990 enumerated boards containing Ks Kd Kh
      cards win %win lose %lose tie %tie EV
      Qs Qd 977 98.69 1 0.10 12 1.21 0.993
      7s 7d 1 0.10 977 98.69 12 1.21 0.007

      The More You Know. :f_biggrin:
      0.001% doesn't equal 0.001

      The More You Know. :s_biggrin:
      I agree, that was just a typo from rushing. My point was it's nothing close to 0.71% :f_biggrin: Actually 0.101% is what I meant to type. Thanks for correcting.
    • justkyle88
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      IMO they haven't put the right winning hand out there, shopuldn't it be 7777K :spade:
      :spade: > :club:
    • fruktpuff
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      Officially, suit doesn't carry weight in Hold'em.

      I am personally inclined to agree with you though.
    • justkyle88
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      nom nom nom lvls
    • Janchiks97
      Janchiks97
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      Originally posted by fruktpuff
      Officially, suit doesn't carry weight in Hold'em.

      I am personally inclined to agree with you though.

      I actually does, when dealing cards to know who will start as a dealer suits matter if 2 players have like K. As i remember suits goes like this :club: :spade: :heart: :diamond:
    • Ribbo
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      Suit is completely irrelevant in texas holdem.

      It only matters in games like Stud when choosing who makes the bring in :s_love:
    • Fagin
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      AFAIK the ranking of suits in poker is the same as in Bridge which is -

      :spade:
      :heart:
      :diamond:
      :club:

      This has no impact in holdem as such but does in games such as stud and 5 card draw where 2 players can have otherwise equal hands (both have a K high str8 flush for example).

      Where I play, if 2 players pick the same highest ranking card when looking to see who is dealer then another card is chosen by each with the winner of that being dealer. I have seen both players have Q then 6 then 8 before picking different ranked cards.
    • justkyle88
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      hehe, i was only kidding guys.
    • pogodon
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      Originally posted by justkyle88
      hehe, i was only kidding guys.
      you started war
    • konkey
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      Originally posted by Fagin
      AFAIK the ranking of suits in poker is the same as in Bridge which is -

      :spade:
      :heart:
      :diamond:
      :club:
      And it has also a reason, not just agreement. They are sorted alphabetically.
      Spade > Heart > Diamond > Club