The Flop come out Ace hearts 2 Clubs 3 clubs. If the sum is 2, 3 or 12, then he loses. Is working for losers? Leaderboard The PokerNews Quiz: Zip Code Zip code is required.
February 6th, at 2: Here is the complete problem that Im facing: I need to figure out the probability for any random player to get Aces full of jacks or better, using both his hole cards, with a random number of opponents we can say a seven handed table on average , to qualify for a high hand jackpot that I'm trying to incorporate into a poker promotion.
I work for a casino. The player only needs to get this hand, he doesn't need it beaten etc. Oct 30, Threads: Or three cards in sequence. Or arrive all red or all black. Knowing the probabilities associated with flops can help such prop bettors have an edge when making such wagers.
Such knowledge can sometimes help more generally as far as understanding the likelihood of certain board textures arriving with those first three community cards. Here's a quick quiz containing eight multiple-choice questions testing your knowledge of probabilities on the flop. Get six of eight right and you pass the quiz, and when done check out the "Top results" to see how you did versus others. If logged in here at PokerNews , your username will appear.