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  • flubbub dub rub.....

    the other day i saw 4 flushes in the same hand..... what are the odds of that?
    J 7
    K 10
    8 9
    5 6

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    howdy, turdburglar says hi.................hiccup
    Poker Rule #1....Never listen to me...hiccup

    7 Time Bracelet Winner


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    • #3
      ha ha ha

      effsea still here i see

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      • #4
        Originally posted by hiphoplives View Post
        the other day i saw 4 flushes in the same hand..... what are the odds of that? J 7 K 10 8 9 5 6
        Only 2 possible explanations for this... 1. Live is rigged. 2. Getting up at 6AM to fish and get baked (maybe not in that order),THEN going to your local B&M is not a good combination. (OK it actually IS,but you're probably gonna misread a hand or 20...) moke:

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        • #5
          Originally posted by hiphoplives View Post
          ha ha ha

          effsea still here i see

          Ya hit the Member Of The Week thread and look what the donk just won to.

          So how you doing man?

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          • #6
            still playing live 2/5 and getting baked and fishing....lol

            Moxie....it's scary that u know me so well.

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            • #7
              My 6 high flush got beat by a 9 high flush and a J high flush last night playing 1/2. I concealed my hand really well so the hand played out wierd, by the river I think I was out about $60... point of my story is I guess it isn't that uncommon lol.

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              • #8
                In 7 stud, it is impossible.

                In hold 'em, it is darned unlikely!

                The exact chance is going to be related to how many of the suit are on the board.

                If there are 3 of a suit, it is pretty un-likely, as that would mean 11 of the 13 cards of that suit were dealt live. theoretically, 5 flushes are possible with 3 of a suit on board.

                If 4 of the suit are on the board, it is a lot more likely to happen, depending on the betting. In that case it would be possible for a full ring table of 9 players to all have a flush.
                Last edited by JDean; Sun Dec 04, 2011, 06:16 AM.
                Double Bracelet Winner

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                • #9
                  When it happened to me in the example I gave, all 3 of us had 2 diamonds in our hands...

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