- Why are flushes better than straights?
- What are the odds of hitting a flush draw?
- Should you slow play pocket aces?
- Is JQKA 2 a straight?
- What are the odds of the board pairing?
- What are the odds of flopping a set with a pocket pair?
- What do you do with low pocket pairs?
- How often do you get dealt a pocket pair?
- What are the odds of getting pocket aces three times in a row?
- Should I go all in with pocket aces?
- How often do you flop a flush draw?
- What are the odds of flopping 2 pair?
- What are the odds of hitting a flush with 2 suited cards?
- How often does an ace hit the flop?
- How rare is a royal flush?
- How often should you flop a set?
- Should you ever fold pocket aces preflop?

## Why are flushes better than straights?

You have more card combinations to make a straight, since they do not have to be of the same suit.

You have only 13 outs to make any flush.

That is why a flush is higher in value.

You hold 89h..

## What are the odds of hitting a flush draw?

19.1%As you can see in the above table, if you’re holding a flush draw after the flop (9 outs) you have a 19.1% chance of hitting it on the turn or expressed in odds, you’re 4.22-to-1 against. The odds are slightly better from the turn to the river, and much better when you have both cards still to come.

## Should you slow play pocket aces?

Avoid the Temptation to Slow Play Many poker players choose to slow play pocket Aces, particularly from early position by just limping in. … If you decide to slow play Aces and it backfires, with four or more others calling then you have to be prepared to dump your Aces after the flop.

## Is JQKA 2 a straight?

In standard poker no. However there are several card games and variants that allow non-standard straights. In Big Two the highest rank card is the 2; therefore the largest straight is J-Q-K-A-2, while the smallest straight is 3-4-5-6-7.

## What are the odds of the board pairing?

First card is 52/52. There is a 1/17 chance next card pairs it. If the 2nd card doesn’t pair it then there is a 3/25 chance the 3rd card will pair either the first or 2nd. But if the first card hits we have to remove the % whereby we get trips on the flop.

## What are the odds of flopping a set with a pocket pair?

Odds Against FloppingHandOddsPercentA flush118-10.8%A straight when holding any two connecting cards J-10 through 5-476-11.3%Three of a kind when holding a pocket pair7.5-111.8%A pair (matching one of your holecards)2.45-129.0%1 more row

## What do you do with low pocket pairs?

Get in cheap, try to flop a set, and hope your opponent pays you off. This oversimplified approach is probably how most of you play your low pocket pairs. It’s a fairly valid approach, but it’s incomplete. Unless you want to leak money with your low pocket pairs, you’d be wise to employ a more in-depth strategy.

## How often do you get dealt a pocket pair?

every 17 handsThe chances of being dealt pocket pairs are at 6%, or once every 17 hands! So be sure to have a clear strategy of how to play your pocket pairs.

## What are the odds of getting pocket aces three times in a row?

1/830,297Your probability of getting “the same pocket pair” (not necessarily TT) on your next three consecutive hands is 1/17 * 1/221 * 1/221 = 1/830,297.

## Should I go all in with pocket aces?

Aces are not a hand to be slow played. The ideal situation is to be all in on the flop against your opponents. However this is not going to be likely, especially in a cash game. … But remember, with pocket Aces you only have one pair, so be prepared to let them go when facing a lot of action.

## How often do you flop a flush draw?

Apparently the odds of flopping a flush draw are 10.94% for suited connectors and 10.45% for hitting an 8-out (open-ended, I don’t know about double gut-shot) straight draw.

## What are the odds of flopping 2 pair?

Based on figures from http://www.flopturnriver.com/poker-strategy/pyroxenes-common-flop-odds-19147, the odds of flopping 2 pair or better, not including draws, is just over 5.6%. Including flopping a straight or flush draw, the odds are just a hair over 27%.

## What are the odds of hitting a flush with 2 suited cards?

The odds of them flopping a flush when holding two suited cards is 118/1 (yes, that high!) The odds of them flopping a flush draw when holding two suited cards is 8/1. The odds of them hitting one of their 9 outs on the turn or river to complete a flopped 4 card flush draw is 4/1.

## How often does an ace hit the flop?

about one in five timesThe one thing players hate to see when they have pocket kings is an ace on the flop, which turns their hand into a measly second pair. Despite the danger that only happens about one in five times.

## How rare is a royal flush?

The royal flush is a case of the straight flush. It can be formed 4 ways (one for each suit), giving it a probability of 0.000154% and odds of 649,739 : 1.

## How often should you flop a set?

How often do you flop a set? Every ambitious poker player should know this number by heart: roughly 12% of the time or once every 9 times you see a flop with your pair. A scenario many poker players are afraid of is the dreaded set over set: you flop a set but one of your opponents flops a better set.

## Should you ever fold pocket aces preflop?

You should never fold aces preflop in a cash game. Cash games are all about taking advantage of the smallest edges because if you can simply buy back in and potentially win your chips back if you go bust, so long as you have the bankroll for it that is.