I apologize in advance if this has been answered previously.
I'm looking for a chart of all the possible starting hole cards and their heads up (and/or multiple winning rates). These are taken from computer probability runs.. Preferably I'd want something with at least a million hands played.
I've been using some of this info from the Illustrated Guide to Poker, and find this info extremely valuable in tournaments, but also in ring games as well, when pot odds are in question.
Thanks in advance,
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Thread: Hand Win Chart
January 25th, 2006 #1
Hand Win Chart
January 26th, 2006 #2
Last edited by Marm; January 26th, 2006 at 06:45 AM.Luck is a Residue of Design.
January 26th, 2006 #3
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Does equity mean the same as expected value? I see equity used alot but the literal meaning of the word in mortgaging context is confusing me. Equity means the portion that you own; which, in poker is never anything until the hand is closed. So can someone please explain "equity" in poker terms if it is not expected value?
January 26th, 2006 #4
In the first link EV by hand I'm assuming the numbers it shows are BB/100?
Also so I know if I'm understanding this pot equity thing fully.... with Marms chart you can basically compare "outs x 4" for your hand against that chart to see if would have the correct pot equity? (if that makes sense)If you're looking to borrow money or have someone give you money in order to play poker online please don't contact me... Click Here for help , and explain your situation.
January 26th, 2006 #5Originally Posted by Marm
I just want to make sure I don't memorize incorrect data..
January 26th, 2006 #6
First Kid, You don't need to memorize this, unless you're going on Jeporady
Secondly, it was taken from Gocee.com, and was found imperically though computer sims of millions of hands.Luck is a Residue of Design.
January 26th, 2006 #7
Are there any other ones, so I can compare? Again.. just don't want to put these to memory and find out I learned incorrect data..
January 26th, 2006 #8
Why are we memorizing?
And you can use PokerStove to compare, it uses the empiracl and Monte Carlo sims....Luck is a Residue of Design.
January 26th, 2006 #9
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Harrington on Holdem Vol2 probably has what you want.
January 26th, 2006 #10Originally Posted by Marm
Doesn't hurt to memorize.
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