From Jamie: Looking to schedule a 12 week poker tournament with 18 players ...playing 2 separate 9 person tables...I'm looking to have a balanced schedule where everyone player with each other an equal amount of time Answered by Victoria West.
From Corey: I'd like to build an octagonal poker table using 4'x8' sheets of plywood. I would like each side edge to be approx. 2' wide. I am sure that due to the angles I can do this with one sheet of plywood, but i don't know how to measure for this. Can you help? Answered by Robert Dawson and Harley Weston.
From Ben: Please can someone tell me the odds of getting a royal flush while playing texas hold em.
Please can you also let us know the odds of a royal flush while playing texas hold em if you must be dealt two of the needed cards. Answered by Chris Fisher.
A poker hand consists of 5 cards selected randomly from an ordinary deck of cards: find the probability of a ROYAL FLUSH : the 10 , jack, queen,king and ace of the same suit.
I was thinking somewhere along the lines of:
*the number of ways to get the suit is 4C1 *the number of ways to get a 10 out of the 13 cards etc.... ...but Im not sure I am going about this the right way, could you help? Answered by Andrei Volodin.
From Nick and Karnal: One day jim played poker with some of his friends and lost half his money.the number of dollars he had before the game was the same as the number of cents he had after the game, and the no of cents he had before the game was twice as much as the number of dollars he had after the game.how much money did he have before thegame???
Later that day jim met a friend Al on the street."hi al!Do u have any change on you al?""yes" "Good!can u give me a change of a dollar?" "I am afraid not!" "Then give me change of 50 cents.""I am sorry i cant." "how about a change of a quarter?""not possible." "a dime." "also not" "a nickel?" "not even that."
al had no bills or silver dollars on him.whats the largest amount of cash he could have had? hope u can help me. Answered by Penny Nom.
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