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11-26-2002 06:07 PM

Pot equity for hold\'em hands
 
I am interested in learning the pot equity of all 169 two-card hold'em hands (the 13 pairs plus the suited and unsuited unpaired combinations) when they are played through the river against every other such hand. I imagine this must be determined by simulation. Has anyone published this information, and if so, can anyone give me a reference to it? Thanks.

Mano 11-26-2002 07:34 PM

Re: Pot equity for hold\'em hands
 
Try this site:
http://www.twodimes.net/poker/

11-27-2002 01:07 AM

Re: Pot equity for hold\'em hands
 
Thanks, Mano, that's exactly what I was looking for.

11-27-2002 06:11 PM

Re: Pot equity for hold\'em hands
 
Here's the pot equity for all 169 hands:

http://mentorms.best.vwh.net/poker/he_ev_pe.html


And here's a 1,000,000 simulation for all 169 vs 1-9 random hands:

http://mentorms.best.vwh.net/poker/HE_Value.htm


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