Zcore13
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May 6th, 2017 at 4:04:48 PM permalink
I have a statistical question for those with more math prowess than I. The main bet on High Card Flush has a house advantage of 2.71%. This of course includes times when the player receives less than a statistically playable hand of 10 8 6 or better.

Once a player receives a 10 8 6 or better, is the advantage now in the players favor? If not, what hand does it take to have an advantage on that hand over the House?

Thanks for anyone's efforts.


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Paigowdan
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May 6th, 2017 at 4:51:43 PM permalink
When a player has a 10 8 6, he does not have a statistical advantage to win, however, he takes a smaller loss playing it, as he's betting one unit to hopefully save two. Below this 10 8 6 level, it is better to ditch the hand.

I'm not 100% certain, but the mid point hand may be around a three-card flush of KQx or A-xx
Last edited by: Paigowdan on May 6, 2017
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Zcore13
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May 6th, 2017 at 7:58:51 PM permalink
Yeah, I didn't think it was at the 10 high the odds would swing, nut I think Ace high might be too much the other way. K 10 X would be my wild guess.


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