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    How many different hands of poker are there that give a straight flush(i.e. 5 cards of consecutive values,all of the same suit, such as 8H,9H,10H,JH,QH - note that this definition includes the Royal Flush)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by matty888 View Post
    How many different hands of poker are there that give a straight flush(i.e. 5 cards of consecutive values,all of the same suit, such as 8H,9H,10H,JH,QH - note that this definition includes the Royal Flush)?
    In a given suit the straight flushes may start with low card A,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10, so that's 10 and four suita gives 40 all together.

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