02 Poker combinations

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Unformatted text preview: University of California, Los Angeles Department of Statistics Statistics 100A Instructor: Nicolas Christou Poker combinations A Poker hand consists of five cards. Players try for combinations of two or more cards of a kind, five-card sequences, or five cards of the same suit. Poker is played with a standard 52-card deck in which all suits are of equal value, the cards ranking from the ace high, downward through king, queen, jack, and the numbered cards 10 to the deuce. The ace may also be considered low to form a straight (sequence) ace through five as well as high with king-queen-jack-10. Here is the traditional ranking of hands with some examples: 1. Royal Flush (ten-jack-queen-king-ace all of the same suit): 10 ♣ ,J ♣ ,Q ♣ ,K ♣ ,A ♣ . 2. Straight Flush (five cards of the same suit in sequence other than royal flush): 2 ♠ , 3 ♠ , 4 ♠ , 5 ♠ , 6 ♠ . 3. Four of a kind, plus any fifth card: 5 ♣ , 5 ♠ , 5 ♦ , 5 ♥ , 4 ♣ ....
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This note was uploaded on 01/14/2011 for the course STATS 100A taught by Professor Wu during the Fall '07 term at UCLA.

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