You are dealt a flush in the game of poker when you are dealt five cards of the same suit. If you are dealt a five-card hand, find the probability you will be dealt a heart flush.

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- April 29th 2012, 02:05 PMalexgintomAny poker players?
You are dealt a flush in the game of poker when you are dealt five cards of the same suit. If you are dealt a five-card hand, find the probability you will be dealt a heart flush.

- April 29th 2012, 02:43 PMPlatoRe: Any poker players?
- April 29th 2012, 02:56 PMMathoManRe: Any poker players?
Just continuing from the post above.... Classical probability - number of relevant events divided by total number of events: . One event is choosing 5 cards from a 52 cards deck. Relevant events are those where you ensure that all 5 cards will be of heart suit. So you isolate heart suited cards. From 13 of them you choose 5. There are ways to do that. Now total number of events is the number of ways to choose 5 from 52: . Divide those two and you have your probability.

- April 29th 2012, 03:13 PMalexgintomRe: Any poker players?
How do you divide that with a scientific calculator. I am still learning all the diferent things you can solve with it.

- April 29th 2012, 10:06 PMMathoManRe: Any poker players?