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    Developing a 64 Card Poker Deck Variant - Curious About Probabilities

    Straight Variant: The only difference is that the top rank can bridge the 1st rank to form a sequence. Think of it as if Q, K, A, 2, 3 was a legal straight. How is that calculated? A More Complex Straight Variant: This one gets trickier, I think. In this variant, there are: 64 cards 4 suits 13...
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    Probability Applications - Drawing from a Deck of Cards

    Hi! I am having trouble figuring out how to go about solving the following problem: "Find the probability of obtaining the given 5-card poker hand. - three of a kind" I have tried several different ways, most recently C(52,3) x C(13,4) x C(4,3) as well as C(4,3)/C(52,2)...
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    Probability question - Cards

    Hello everyone! I just started to study statistics by myself because I spent a semester abroad and there are no more lectures at the University, if you have any hints about how to study statistics you are more than welcome to share them with me. Here is the exercise: We choose at random...
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    Probability related to cards problem

    This question i am trying to solve. Q. A prisoner in a Kafkaesque prison is put in the following s ituation. A regular deck of 52 cards is placed in front of him. He must choose cards one at a time, and once a card is chosen, the card is replaced in the deck and the deck is shuffled. If the...