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    jackpot odds question

    Is it easier to have quads vs quads, ST8 Flush vs ST8 Flush, or quads vs ST8 Flush?

    also how do you figure this out? If it's to long to explain don't bother just wondering.

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    Quads vs quads should be the easiest but don't have anything to back it up. Don't know how you would calculate it. Odds to get quads times 2 but for that to happen in the same hand.....idk if its possible to figure it out.

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    I think maybe odds wise str8 flush against str8 flush...same 3 cards could produce str8 flush in 2 different hands...

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    I dunno how to figure it out but id think quads over quads would be easier..
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    Its obviously st8 flush vs st8 flush duhh

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    Yeah...use this new thing called "google"

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    Quote Originally Posted by rivdee View Post
    Yeah...use this new thing called "google"
    post a link then, cause what I find on google doesn't answer my question directly. Or is really confusing.

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    im going to say the straight flushes are more likely. for quads vs quads you need the community to either be 2 pairs or a pair and a set. im thinking that the fact that the community cards, and the two players cards would all have to be the same suit would make this more difficult. you could calculate it by first calculating the possible communities. for example, the flop for the quads one would have to flop a pair no matter what, so the probability of this would be 1-((48/50)(48/50)) i think

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    lol im not sure myself. im sure someone can figure it out

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    Quads vs Quads would have to be the easiest! I have no idea how to calculate this

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