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Poker Hands (Posted on 2004-07-09) Difficulty: 4 of 5
The likelihoods of being dealt various poker hands are widely published (easily found on the internet). A more difficult problem is: what are the likelihoods of being dealt each poker hand, given a 54 card deck (52 card deck + 2 jokers).

The various hands of interest are:
1 pair
2 pair
3 of a kind
straight
flush
full house
4 of a kind
straight flush
5 of a kind

* Jokers can count as any rank card, in any suit.

No Solution Yet Submitted by Thalamus    
Rating: 3.0000 (1 votes)

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re(3): More results and solution Comment 11 of 11 |
(In reply to re(2): More results and solution by goFish)

ugh, thank you.  My problem lied in the fact that I counted the combinations incorrectly and made an error in my straight flush calculations that hid that from me.  I am now in agreement from the top down to straights, carrying on from there...
  Posted by Cory Taylor on 2006-03-16 10:41:03

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