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    Texas Hold'em Problem

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    Last edited by dynas7y; April 22nd 2010 at 04:39 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dynas7y View Post
    Imagine that you are one of two remaining players in a hand of texas hold'em. Six other player's have folded and the flop and turn are showing, with the river yet to be dealt. Describe how you would find the probability of you winning the hand, knowing only your two hole cards and the four community cards.

    Thanks for any help, it's greatly appreciated.
    Have you tried reading this Wikipedia article? Poker probabilities tend to scare me away because of how many rules there are to keep track of.
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