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anonymous
 5 years ago
Raise or Fold?
A standard deck of cards has 52 cards as described below:
26 red & 26 black
13 heart, diamonds, spades and clubs.
4 of every number 1 – 10, Jacks, Queens, Kings and Aces
Part I:
Calculate the probability of being dealt each of the hands above. FYI – in the case of the first 3 hands it does NOT matter what the remaining cards in your hand are.
Part II: Jack’s or Better
In 5 – card draw each player is dealt 5 cards and then given the opportunity to discard up to 3 cards for new ones. For each scenario below use probability to decide which cards you would discard that wou
anonymous
 5 years ago
Raise or Fold? A standard deck of cards has 52 cards as described below: 26 red & 26 black 13 heart, diamonds, spades and clubs. 4 of every number 1 – 10, Jacks, Queens, Kings and Aces Part I: Calculate the probability of being dealt each of the hands above. FYI – in the case of the first 3 hands it does NOT matter what the remaining cards in your hand are. Part II: Jack’s or Better In 5 – card draw each player is dealt 5 cards and then given the opportunity to discard up to 3 cards for new ones. For each scenario below use probability to decide which cards you would discard that wou

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