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    What are the odds someone has an ace high flush?

    What are the odds someone has an ace high flush, if you have a flush?

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    Can someone chime in on this? i would also like to know.

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    why dont you bust out a calculators and figured it out. 52 cards in a deck, 13 cards to a suit....

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    Depends on the starting hands and the board. Using hearts for this example, how many hearts in your hand and how many on the board? Also, how many people dealt into the hand?

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    well 1 in 4 if they came in with an ace. =D
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    you never can know for sure till there out and your chips r in

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    all depends on how many people in the hand in the game

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    First off, the odds two suited cards will make a flush is 15 to 1

    In a 10-handed HoldEm game, the odds of someone else being dealt two suited cards of the same suit as two suited cards you hold are 3%. Your chance of being the smaller flush obvious depends on which cards you are holding and what cards appear on the board. Typically you don't need to worry about playing smaller flushes, but you should take note of the action. If the 3rd flush card comes on the board and you still get heavy action, you need to asses your situation--will the opponent play aggressively with a smaller flush? will the player still push his two pair/set/top pair this hard on a 3-flush board?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PokerTony View Post
    What are the odds someone has an ace high flush, if you have a flush?
    Whats the odds you will reply to your created thread? Less then 5% less then the miracle one outer? thats more like it there!!
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    all depends on how many people in the hand in the game man you need to learn more

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