Hey lucky man

Probability of being dealt a particular pocket pair (KK):

**0.45%**
(6 ways you can make a pair with 2 cards/all possible combinations of 2 cards (52x51/2 -> divided by 2 so you don't count a same hand twice: 3s4c is the same as 4c3s)

At a table with N players, the probability that other player has another particular PP (AA):

(N-1)x0.48% (=

**3.92%** for N=9)

(6 / (50x49/2) <-you are discounting the cards you have been dealt )

Then, for FR (9 players) the probability that other player is holding AA

**while** you are holding KK (or viceversa):

0.45%x3.92% =

**0.017%**
Now, if you look at the event as a succession you could say:

probability of this happening in hand 1: 0.017%

probability of this happening in hand 1 and 2: 0.017%x0.017% = 2.9^(-6)%, or around

3 in 100,000,000
(People out there, please correct me if I am wrong)

The odds of winning the euromillion are 1 in 76,275,360. I think you just had it even better! However, I don't envy you...

S.

Edit: (by the way, how many hands have you played so far?)