could someone tell me the odds of hm hitting the 5?

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damn did not copy it good anyways i had 99 he had 55 other guy had 75 he hits 5 on the flop how big is that chance???

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52 cards total 6 known cards leaves 46, 1 of which is a 5 So odds of hitting the 5 on the flop are 45/1 + 44/1 + 43/1 = 132/3, or 44/1, or 2.27% Odds of catching at any point were 45/1 + 44/1 + 43/1 + 42/1 + 41/1 = 215/5, or 43/1, or 2.33%

i.e. out of the 46 cards we don't know, there is one 5 left, and 3 cards on the flop, so multiply the chances that each flopped card is not the five, and you have the chance that the flop does not have the five; one minus that chance is the chance the five hits the flop...

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Posted by yout85: 52 cards total 6 known cards leaves 46, 1 of which is a 5 So odds of hitting the 5 on the flop are 45/1 + 44/1 + 43/1 = 132/3, or 44/1, or 2.27% Odds of catching at any point were 45/1 + 44/1 + 43/1 + 42/1 + 41/1 = 215/5, or 43/1, or 2.33%

I don't think that's correct, you need to approach it from the five not hitting any of the flopped cards...

i.e. out of the 46 cards we don't know, there is one 5 left, and 3 cards on the flop, so multiply the chances that each flopped card is not the five, and you have the chance that the flop does not have the five; one minus that chance is the chance the five hits the flop...

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Posted by yout85: 52 cards total 6 known cards leaves 46, 1 of which is a 5 So odds of hitting the 5 on the flop are 45/1 + 44/1 + 43/1 = 132/3, or 44/1, or 2.27% Odds of catching at any point were 45/1 + 44/1 + 43/1 + 42/1 + 41/1 = 215/5, or 43/1, or 2.33%

I don't think that's correct, you need to approach it from the five not hitting any of the flopped cards...

Yep... it is wrong. Trying to do it in my head while pretending to work... if you multiply what I said by 5, you should be pretty spot on... so 11.65%

Posted by Macubaas: The maths i saw above sound pretty close, i have to agree that if you want a very accurate answer find an online poker odds calculator...

Odds calculators show you your chances of winning the hand, they do not answer the question (i.e. what is the chance the one remaining five hits the flop).

I believe I gave an exact answer to the problem, but maybe someone can corroborate?

Posted by yout85: 52 cards total 6 known cards leaves 46, 1 of which is a 5 So odds of hitting the 5 on the flop are 45/1 + 44/1 + 43/1 = 132/3, or 44/1, or 2.27% Odds of catching at any point were 45/1 + 44/1 + 43/1 + 42/1 + 41/1 = 215/5, or 43/1, or 2.33%

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2.33% is right to it on the flop however there are two other cards to come. 1 out after the flop to the river is a bit over 4% so i would say that pre flop to the river would be something around 10%.

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Posted by yout85: 52 cards total 6 known cards leaves 46, 1 of which is a 5 So odds of hitting the 5 on the flop are 45/1 + 44/1 + 43/1 = 132/3, or 44/1, or 2.27% Odds of catching at any point were 45/1 + 44/1 + 43/1 + 42/1 + 41/1 = 215/5, or 43/1, or 2.33%

man do not count odds like that anymore please

After those thousands of hands you HAVE TO remember that hitting:

- 1 outer preflop is around 10% (its pretty rare) - 2 outer 20% (pair vs pair) - 3 outer 25% (dominating hands) - 6 outer 50% (unpaired hand vs lower pair - coinflip)

- flopping 1 pair 33% - flopping set 12%

thats just basics, how you can play without this knowledge?

------------ how bout this one i have 9 10 guy raises 300 i hit straight on the flop 687 to spades 1 klub i have klubs he raises i reraise he kalls a 5 hits in spades but im pretty sure he doesn't have flush i go all in he kalls i show straight he shows 77 so three 7's last kard 5 ....................................

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Posted by marqis:

Posted by Macubaas: The maths i saw above sound pretty close, i have to agree that if you want a very accurate answer find an online poker odds calculator...

Odds calculators show you your chances of winning the hand, they do not answer the question (i.e. what is the chance the one remaining five hits the flop).

I believe I gave an exact answer to the problem, but maybe someone can corroborate?

Yea 1 - ((45/46) * (44/45) * (43/44)) is the exact answer.. which equals 3/46

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To catch the case 5 is a terrible way to lose. The odds of him catching this on the river is about 2%, so in odds terms you were nearly 50/1 ON to win the hand. Very unlucky to lose this way but it does happen

Lol your mathematic (/combinatorics/probability counting) skills are very poor.

Only DJpremier got it right. The chance is exactly 3/46. = 6,5% chance of hitting on the flop And almost 11% chance of hitting by the river. Which isn´t that low chance.

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Odds/ math are pretty much useless when a computer is involved.

More luck than anything.

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