- What are the odds of aces vs kings?
- What are the odds of hitting a set on the flop?
- What are the odds of getting pocket aces twice in a row?
- What are the odds someone has pocket aces when you have pocket kings?
- What is the probability of being dealt a pocket pair pre-flop?
- How often do you hit trips on the flop?
- How rare is a royal flush?
- What are the chances of KK vs AA?
- How often does an ace or king flop?
- How often is KK vs AA?
- Is a flush or straight more likely?
- What percentage do pocket aces win?
- What are the odds of getting pocket pair?
- What are the odds of hitting a flush with 2 suited cards?
- Is ace king suited better than pocket kings?
- How often does a pocket pair win?
- Is pocket 2s a good hand?

## What are the odds of aces vs kings?

The odds of kings vs.

aces pre-flop is fairly unlikely at 21-1 and even even after all that your kings still have roughly 20% equity to win the hand..

## What are the odds of hitting a set on the flop?

The question is – what are the odds of flopping a set? When you hold a pocket pair, the odds of flopping a set are 7.5-1, or roughly 12%. It’s important to know the odds, as many people will try to “set mine” when playing Texas Hold’em.

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

around 48,841-1The odds of getting dealt with pocket aces are 221 to 1. What are the chances of getting pocket aces twice in a row? Pocket aces is one of the strongest cards and as per experts, the chances of getting dealt with pocket aces twice in a row are around 48,841-1 (1/221x1x221 = 1/48841).

## What are the odds someone has pocket aces when you have pocket kings?

4.39%To obtain percentage chance simply multiply by 100. So, if you have pocket kings, there is a 4.39% chance that one or two other players have pocket aces. This translates into odds of about 21.8-to-1 against someone holding pocket aces.

## What is the probability of being dealt a pocket pair pre-flop?

Pre-flop Probabilities: Pocket Pairs (4/52) x (3/51) = (12/2652) = (1/221) ≈ 0.45%. To put this in perspective, if you’re playing poker at your local casino and are dealt 30 hands per hour, you can expect to receive pocket Aces an average of once every 7.5 hours.

## How often do you hit trips on the flop?

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.

## How rare is a royal flush?

1 in 2,598,960Receiving a royal flush in the first five cards in Draw Poker happens only once in 649,740 hands on average. Those are the chances of getting ANY royal flush. The chances of getting a specific royal flush are 1 in 2,598,960 hands.

## What are the chances of KK vs AA?

Case 1: you have the same two suits. Then the AA is a 82.6% favorite, and you should only call if you are getting 4.76 : 1 pot odds or better….KK vs. Average opponent.OpponentRequired pot odds to call with KKAA, KK, or AK1.11 : 1AA, KK, QQ or AKalways call”average” oppponent1.42 : 17 more rows

## How often does an ace or king flop?

41%, there’s a better than 41% chance an ace or a king will flop. But all is not necessarily lost when those higher cards fall.

## How often is KK vs AA?

For a 10-player table, we see that the odds of AA being out when you hold KK is about 21.8-to-1, or 1 in 22.8. Since we get dealt KK 1 time in 221 hands on average, to get the overall probability of being dealt KK and facing AA we multiply 22.8 by 221 to get about 1 in 5039.

## Is a flush or straight more likely?

Frequency of 7-card poker handsHandFrequencyProbabilityStraight flush (excluding royal flush)37,2600.0279%Four of a kind224,8480.168%Full house3,473,1842.60%Flush (excluding royal flush and straight flush)4,047,6443.03%7 more rows

## What percentage do pocket aces win?

85%So how often can you expect to win with aces? Pocket aces win 85% of the time against one opponent holding the random hand in Texas Holdem. Although the percentage varies greatly depending on the opponent’s hand and the number of opponents. 85% is the odds to win when AA goes all-in preflop.

## What are the odds of getting pocket pair?

6%The 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 hitting a flush with 2 suited cards?

1 in 118The odds of flopping a flush when you have two suited cards is 1 in 118, but even when you do flop a flush, you have to be careful that your flush holds up for the rest of the hand.

## Is ace king suited better than pocket kings?

Ace-King is a good hand before the flop, especially when suited. Against any pair less than a pair of Kings, the odds are roughly 50-50, also called a “coin-flip”. Ace-King can therefore be considered a favorite against any non-paired hand. However, it has less chance of winning against a pair of Aces or Kings.

## How often does a pocket pair win?

On average a player will be dealt a pocket pair once every 17 hands, which is about 6 percent of the hands you see. That statistic doesn’t include what individual cards or strength of hands, but, obviously, the higher they are, the more likely you are to win some chips.

## Is pocket 2s a good hand?

These low pairs are deceptively strong, and will often land novice players in a lot of trouble if they are over-valued. A small pocket pair is usually regarded as a pair between 22 and 66. A small pocket pair is ahead of the majority of other hands pre-flop as long as an opponent does not hold a higher pocket pair.