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Number of 5s and Aces Seen Besides Your Own

Chances For Aces Up Or Three-of-Kind (%)

0

41.0

1

34.1

2

26.5

3

18.3

4

10.5

You start with

      

on your first four cards in savan card stud and have seen eight other cards.

Number of 5s and 10s Seen

Chances For a Straight (%)

0

49.8

1

44.8

2

39.4

3

33.8

4

27.8

You start with

      

on your first four cards in seven-card razz. You have seen ten other cards.

Number of 5s, 6s,7s, and 8s Seen  

Chances For an 8 Low or Better (%)

0

81.8

2

76.0

3

72.7

4

69.2

5

65.3

6

61.2

7

56.7

8

51.9

Though you’re a favorite to make an 8 low or better with as many as eight of your needed cards among the ten exposed, notice how much harder it is to make a 7 low.

Number of 5s 6s,And 7s Seen

Chances For a 7 Low or Better (%)

0

69.2

4

51.9

8

29.1

These tables in indicate the important of  taking the cards you see players’ hands into account before you compare the pot odds you are getting to your chances of making hand.

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