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Unformatted text preview: count. Need 3 cases: Turn River Probability 8 not 8 (4 / 47) (43 / 46) not 8 8 (43 / 47) (4 / 46) 8 8 (4 / 47) (3 / 46) Now add up these three cases 16 . 5% Openended Straight Draw Now, what if you have 7 & 5 and op is 6, 8, & K. A 9 or a 4 would give you a straight! 1. Prob. of 4 or 9 on turn: 8 / 47 17% 2. Prob. of 4 or 9 on river given it didnt occur on turn: 8 / 46 17 . 4% 3. Prob. of 4 or 9 in next two cards? Again need 3 cases: Turn River Probability 4 or 9 not (4 or 9) (8 / 47) (39 / 46) not (4 or 9) 4 or 9 (39 / 47) (8 / 46) 4 or 9 4 or 9 (8 / 47) (7 / 46) Now add up these three cases 31 . 5% 1 What if you need two runners to make the straight? You have 7 & 5. Flop is 2, 9, & K. You need 6 and 8 to complete your straight. Prob. you make it? Only two ways this can happen: Turn River Probability 6 8 (4 / 47) (4 / 46) 8 6 (4 / 47) (4 / 46) Now add up these two cases 1 . 48% 2...
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2010 for the course STAT 230 taught by Professor Various during the Fall '06 term at Waterloo.
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