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What Are the Odds? Betting—and Winning—in Poker

WHAT ARE THE ODDS? Betting-and Winning-in Poker POKER HANDS by the Numbers 00000 Premium hand The likelihood of being dealt a top starting hand is just 2.1% Flush If you're I card short of a flush after the flop, you have a 34.97% chance of making the flush Pair You have a 32.43% chance of a hole card making a pair on the flop 3 of a kind If you have a pair, you have a 7.5:1 chance of making 3 of a kind on the flop Perfect hand If you need 2 specific cards on the turn and the river, you have only a 0.3% chance of getting them both If you get I, the likelihood is 4.55% you'll get the other Pocket pair Pocket pairs are dealt about 6% of the time, or about once every 17 hands Tips For HÓW TO BET Know your opponent Observe tendencies of other players to figure out what you should bet Decide your goal This will determine how big of a bet you make POTENTIAL GOALS Make someone else fold %3D Bet just enough to make this happen-not too much Saves you money if and when your opponent calls Make someone else call Bet the most you think your opponent will call %3D A larger bet might get called less often-a smaller bet will be called more often Provided by: IN POKER NYC Sources:

What Are the Odds? Betting—and Winning—in Poker

shared by BrittSE on Jun 30
What are the chances of making 3 of a kind on the flop if you already have a pair in poker? You can find the answer and other poker hand statistics, along with a few poker tips, in this infographic!


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