Odds are very important in any casino game like roulette game and slots odds games as well as in all poker games. Their knowledge helps to play particular hands correctly and find the right decisions in difficult situations. Some experienced players are likely to play more by “feel” but in fact every poker game is based on odds and good players just apply them in their game strategies automatically. So, to bet and call correctly familiarize with the odds in poker and only then move to the real game.
The table below shows you the frequency of dealing each poker hand of 52 card deck without wild cards. The probability of every hand to appear is calculated as the ratio of the number of ways the hand can be dealt to the total number of all possible hands. In addition you can study your odds to get this or that particular hand. However, no matter how great you are at odds, remember to play only at casinos that follow the responsible gaming standards.
|Royal Flush||4||0.000154%||649,739 in 1|
|Straight Flush||36||0.00139%||72,192.33 in 1|
|Four of a Kind||624||0.0240%||4,164 in 1|
|Full House||3,744||0.144%||693.2 in 1|
|Flush||5,108||0.197%||507.8 in 1|
|Straight||10,200||0.392%||253.8 in 1|
|Three of a Kind||54,912||2.11%||46.3 in 1|
|Two Pair||123,552||4.75%||20.03 in 1|
|One Pair||1,098,240||42.3%||2.36 in 1|
|High Card||1,302,540||50.1%||0.995 in 1|
The good news is that in every deck of fifty-two cards there are 2,598,960 possible hands. The bad news is that you are only going to be dealt one of them.
Anthony Holden, author of Big Deal (1990)