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Poker Articles , Poker Rules. AA vs AK unsuitied. Originally Posted by not a model at a ninehanded table, its about 3. The reason having aces against kings is usually so profitable is that the player with kings rarely worries about his opponent having a higher pair as it will only happen to them around 4. In the hand Kevin Schaffel raised from middle position to 1,, holding AhAc, Steve Begleiter called in the cutoff but Eric Buchman, on the button, looked down at KhKc and made it 5,, to play. The next article in this series will look at the chances of being dealt hands at the same time as one or more opponent is dealt a higher hand — for example AA vs KK and AK vs QQ. Millions in guaranteed prize money each week Excellent loyalty program called Edge Backed by PokerStars.
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Pick the poker variation you're playing in the top drop-down menu and the number of players in the hand you can add in up to five players.
Odds are available for: To enter each player's hand, click on the respective suit in the center of the wheel and then the desired value of the card. Repeat for each card in each player's pre-flop hand. Once those are set proceed in the same manner to fill in the flop and turn cards. When all the cards are entered properly click "Get Odds" and you'll see exactly what each player's odds are to win, tie or lose the hand at that moment.
Below find a couple helpful poker hand odds charts for some very common probabilities and scenarios you'll come across at the poker table. The chart on the right explains which hand is more likely to win in some common hand v. For a goos, in-depth look at your poker hand odds pre-flop and in several very common poker hand scenarios, see our Beginners Equity Guide to Standard Situations in No-Limit Hold'em.
If you'd really like to dig into all of the long shot odds in poker quads vs. If you've watched or played poker for any length of time you'll be well familiar with the term "coin flip. Two players are all in pre-flop, hands on their backs. The most common "flip" situation you'll see or more likely be in is the classic pair vs. This works for any pair and overcards even 22 vs 34, for example. The "made" hand, however, - ie the pair - usually a slight advantage pre-flop.
In the case of a low pair versus well-coordinated overcards, though, like 22 vs JT, the JT actually has the slight advantage,. As the board plays out those hand odds change, obviously.
Of course suitedness is not often important, especially for low cards. The next question is then — what is the number of unique starting hands in Texas Holdem, not counting suits?
The answer here is unique hands. Now we are getting somewhere. Next we can use the numbers above to work out what the probability of being dealt AA, KK or in fact any pair is. This is a case of taking the total number of possible hands and then seeing how many of these are your pair. We will take a pair of Kings as an example. Of the possible combinations there are 6 ways of being dealt this hand pre-flop.
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