Texas holdem odds and probabilities by hilger
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Tell me what you think. You don't know this obviously. The flop is 10, 4, 7 all of which are spades. You have made a flush. The other player is still only at a pair. River card shows 10 of clubs.
You have a flush. You're friend has luckily made a full house to beat that. I am fully aware that Hold'em is the best combination of 5 cards. HOWEVER, if you look at it as being 7 cards, you will see that the person with the flush actually has a three of a kind behind that. The problem is, it doesn't matter. Having both a flush and 3 of a kind does not matter in this situation.
The other player with a pocket pair has three of a kind plus a pair. I understand the full house still wins this situation. But if you look at the probability in having 2 spades in your hand when you see that board, you will see it is MUCH less likely than having any pocket pair.
This to me is a flaw. Any other situation where a full house and a flush were both in play would be accurate assuming there is no 3 of a kind on the board. Does anyone else agree with my point of view? If you don't do you understand what I am trying to say? The crux of your argument is that having 2 suited cards is more unlikely than having a pocket pair.
That's just simply not true. The odds that the 2nd card will give you two suited cards is 12 out of 51, or simplified to 4 out of He should have been able to say, "but making pocket Jacks was harder than making 2 suited cards, so I should win! After re-reading your question, I noticed that you specifically said, "having 2 spades in your hand when you see that board". If you're specifically looking for 2 more spades you have a 3.