chances to flop a draw

• Bronze
Joined: 24.05.2007
Hi,

I couldn't find what are the chances to flop some draws and i can't calculate them either.
So could anybody tell me what are the probabilites of these situations?:
(Or recommend a source where i can find them)

- flop a OESD or a flush draw (or better (straight or flush)) with suited connectors
- flop a OESD or a flush draw with suited one-gapers
- flop a OESD or a flush draw with suited two-gapers

- flop an OESD with connectors
- flop an OESD with one-gapers

Is there any complete online source of the odds of these and other typical situaions?

Thanks in foreword,
kesgab
• 5 replies
• Bronze
Joined: 26.09.2007
There ya go:

*edit: stick to board rules, please*

btw, gapers = gappers~!!
• Bronze
Joined: 24.05.2007
This could be a good tool but unfortunately as i see it doesn't show the percentages for any of the situations i mentioned.

So for example i still don't know what are the chances to get an OESD with connectors.

• Bronze
Joined: 03.10.2007
if i recall it's about 4.5% to flop an OESD, and slightly less than 1% to flop the straight...

that's with 0-gappers (e.g. 89)

for implied odds, etc. you don't really need more detail than that

didn't bother calculating gut-shots
• Bronze
Joined: 08.06.2007
If you're playing suited cards, you'll flop a flush draw about 10.9 percent of the time, or just about one out of nine hands.
• Bronze
Joined: 03.10.2007
so close to 14% for OESD OR flush draw.

keep in mind though that you could well be drawing dead if you play middle SC and you do get that flush draw