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# If you added a fifth suit to a deck of cards making 65 cards total, would a flush become more common than a straight in Texas Hold 'Em?

Question #100341. Asked by redsoxfan325. (Oct 18 08 7:36 PM)

gonnzo

For five-card stud (not sure if the results would be the
same for Texas Hold 'Em):
Flush probability = 0.0007730 (6385 possible hands)
Straight probability = 0.0036320 (30000 possible hands)

The probability is higher for a straight than a flush.

http://www.stardeck.com/poker.php

 Oct 18 08, 9:02 PM

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