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Urggy2018
Urggy2018
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September 12th, 2018 at 8:00:09 PM permalink
Hi all,
I am interested in calculating probabilities of banker and player getting the followings:
1) three of a kinds
2) flush (same suit)
3) straight
4) straight flush
5) royal (AKQ in same suit)

Can any wizard tell me the probability of each of them associate with the thinking process behind it?

Thank you very much
OnceDear
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September 12th, 2018 at 11:01:53 PM permalink
Hi
Welcome to the forum.
We have the same question now in two threads posted by you. That doesn't get the answer twice as quickly, so I'm deleting your other post. Patience is a virtue.
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Urggy2018
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September 12th, 2018 at 11:52:19 PM permalink
Thanks for that.

I posted the first thread in the under the wrong category "dice setting".

That's why I tried to write another post under "other Gaming" and blocked the 1st post.
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September 13th, 2018 at 3:10:04 AM permalink
Quote: Urggy2018

Thanks for that.

I posted the first thread in the under the wrong category "dice setting".

That's why I tried to write another post under "other Gaming" and blocked the 1st post.

No Problem. I moved it for you.
Beware. The earth is NOT flat. Hit and run is not a winning strategy: Pressing into trends IS not a winning strategy: Progressives are not a winning strategy: Don't Buy It! .Don't even take it for free.
mrsuit31
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September 13th, 2018 at 12:48:06 PM permalink
Quote: Urggy2018

Hi all,
I am interested in calculating probabilities of banker and player getting the followings:
1) three of a kinds
2) flush (same suit)
3) straight
4) straight flush
5) royal (AKQ in same suit)

Can any wizard tell me the probability of each of them associate with the thinking process behind it?

Thank you very much



I think you need to specify if these hands are all 3 card hands (since you explain the royal as AKQ) and if they are in the first 4 cards only vs after the hand is completely played out (4, 5 or 6 cards).

For example, is your "2)" a three card flush, four card flush, five card flush or six card flush (same question for each, 2-5)

Also, I believe a similar game with poker hands being incorporated into the player/banker hands is already on the market (although, I can't remember who's game it was...).
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