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1. After the flop: What are the chances of someone improving their hand with 6 outs? (The number of outs is the number of cards in the deck that will improve your hand.)
2. After the turn: What is the probability of improving your hand with only 2 outs?
3. After the flop: What are the chances that you'll improve your hand if you have 14 outs?
4. After the turn: What are the chances that your hand will improve if you have 4 outs?
5. After the flop: What is the probability that you'll improve your hand if you only have 2 outs?
6. Let's change things up a bit. If you flopped three of a kind, what are the chances that you'll get 4 of a kind?
7. You have just flopped an inside straight flush draw. What are the chances that your hand will improve to either a straight, a flush, or a straight flush on the turn and/or river?
8. You have just flopped an open ended straight draw (you have 4 cards in consecutive order). The turn didn't improve your hand. What is the probability that you will complete your straight?
9. You've just flopped a flush draw (Four cards of the same suit). What are the chances that you'll complete your flush on the turn or river?
10. Your opponent is all in, and you call his bet. Your opponent shows that he's holding two Queens, while you only have a pair of Tens. The flop doesn't improve anyone's hand, but then the turn is a ten. What are the chances that your opponent will win the hand on the river?
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