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EX: Calculate the odds (or probabilities) of the following 5-card poker hands: a) royal flush b) four-of-a-kind c) straight-flush (excluding royal.


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5-card Poker FLUSH Probability and Odds

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Let's assume that you are playing 5-card poker, and that you don't get to discard. Then your So the probability of getting dealt a straight flush in five cards is


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Let's assume that you are playing 5-card poker, and that you don't get to discard. Then your So the probability of getting dealt a straight flush in five cards is


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Flush (excluding royal flush and straight flush).


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A FLUSH. Here all 5 cards are from the same suit (they may also be a straight). The number of such hands is (4-choose-.


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Probability and Poker. Poker hand - royal flush. In the standard game of poker, each player gets 5 cards and places a bet, hoping his cards are.


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A β€œpoker hand” consists of 5 unordered cards from a standard deck of A straight flush consists of five cards with values in a row, all of the.


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Each of these poker hands was evaluated for matched ranks (pairs, 3 of a kind, etc.), straights, and flushes. Wild cards introduce multiple evaluations for a given​.


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A flush is a hand in poker that has five cards of the same suit. cards. There are a total number of C(52, 5) = 2,, possible distinct hands.


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A FLUSH. Here all 5 cards are from the same suit (they may also be a straight). The number of such hands is (4-choose-.


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EFiore EFiore 1. Sign up to join this community. Thank you very much. None of these can be next to each other, so we'd have to consider the different ways they could be alternating. Are 2 and Ace considered consecutive? Probability of drawing a flush from a standard deck of cards Ask Question. They could either be in the alternating slots: 2,4,6,8,10,Q,A , of which there are 7 possibilities. Linked Related 1. Featured on Meta. Asked 3 years, 2 months ago. For example: when it says "5 nonconsecutive cards," does it mean no single card can be consecutive to any other, or does it only mean that they cannot all 5 be consecutive to one another? New post lock available on meta sites: Policy Lock. BabaSvoloch BabaSvoloch 5 5 silver badges 13 13 bronze badges. Sign up using Facebook. Active Oldest Votes. Find the probability that the hand is a Flush 5 nonconsecutive cards each of the same suit. I would appreciate some help understanding the problem, and figuring out how to proceed from there. Viewed 9k times. If I'm wrong I would appreciate someone correcting me. Therefore, should not be subtracted. Hot Network Questions. Mathematics Stack Exchange works best with JavaScript enabled.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I understand quasi is subtracting all the straight flushes but as the name implies straight flushes are flushes. Same goes for other combinations- are 4 in a row disallowed? The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. You are correct. Question feed. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Feedback post: New moderator reinstatement and appeal process revisions. For the sake of beginning the problem, I'm going to assume none of them can be consecutive to any other, and that the 2 and the Ace are not considered to be consecutive. Or in the alternating slots: 3,5,7,9,J,K , of which there are 6 possibilities. First, we're choosing cards of the same suit, so we have 13 of any one suit. Next choose the ranks. Sign up using Email and Password. A 5-card poker hand is dealt from a well shuffled regular card playing card deck. A flush only requires that all the cards be of the same suit e. Post as a guest Name. It only takes a minute to sign up. I assume this question is asking ONLY about the probability of getting a flush, rather than a straight flush or a royal flush which I believe is a "thing" , since it's asking about nonconsecutive cards specifically. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Mathematics Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for people studying math at any level and professionals in related fields. Email Required, but never shown. So as long as all cards are of the same suit, and not a straight in some order , then the hand ranks as a flush. I am completely unfamiliar with poker, and just learning the principles of probability. Active 1 year, 11 months ago.