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Nov 10th, 2009 | Filed under More Statistics
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This came up in a 2+2 post, where someone was interested in comparing final pot sizes to the flop type.  It turned out to be a little interesting but no big surprises.   The original thread with more discussion is here:  http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/15/poker-theory/statistical-analysis-flops-633448/
Here’s the data for a 9-player run and a Heads-Up run, showing the calculated frequency of the flop types, [...]

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Dec 15th, 2009 | Filed under More Statistics
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In his book Ace On The River, Barry Greenstein gives an example of a card removal effect that he says changes the hand equities significantly (more than 2%):
“In hold’em, with no betting after the flop, all pairs are a favorite over Ace-King offsuit, by at least 52% to 48%. All pairs except Deuces with neither card in [...]

Dec 16th, 2009 | Filed under More Statistics
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I ran the scans for a second site with more hands (119 million 9-player), and graphed all the equity boosts for both sites.   This graphs shows all the sample sizes, including a baseline for all matching hands (no folds required in front of the bet).   Site A shows the results described in the previous post.  Site [...]

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Dec 16th, 2009 | Filed under More Statistics