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Old 02-19-2003, 05:36 PM
balt999 balt999 is offline
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Default Probability of 3 pocket Pairs being dealt in 3 handed game?

I was watching the 2002 WSOP on ESPN2 last night and saw an amazing hand....It was 3 handed: Julian Gardner (on the button) was dealt pocket 10's.....Ralph Perry (SB) was dealt two Jacks, and Robert Varkoni (BB, and Mr. Lucky) was dealt Pocket Rockets...turned out to be a pivotal hand cause it knocked Ralph Perry out and gave Varkoni a huge chip lead...

My question is what are the probability of 3 pocket pairs being dealt in a 3 handed-game? Just seems so unreal...

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