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## What are the odds of hitting a flush by the river with suited cards?

1 Answer. as a rule of thumb, I always remember that if the hole cards are the same suit, there is

**around a 6%**chance of making a flush by the river. If 3 players are all in, then you would be contributing 25% of the pot giving you 3-1 odds (assuming they all cover you and blinds and antes are insignificant).## What are the odds of hitting a flush?

5-card poker hands

Hand | Distinct hands | Probability |
---|---|---|

Flush (excluding royal flush and straight flush) | 1,277 | 0.1965% |

Straight (excluding royal flush and straight flush) | 10 | 0.3925% |

Three of a kind | 858 | 2.1128% |

Two pair | 858 | 4.7539% |

## What are the odds of hitting a straight flush with suited connectors?

About 0.00139%
The odds of hitting a straight flush with suited connectors by the river, assuming an all-in preflop scenario in Texas hold 'em, are extremely low. The probability is about

**0.00139%**, or approximately 1 in 72,192 hands. This calculation assumes a standard 52-card deck and that no other players fold suited cards.## What are the odds of 2 people flopping a flush?

Each opponent has a 2.59% chance of flopping a flush separately, and we can combine the odds: For two opponents, 2.59% + ((1-2.59%)*2.59%) =

**5.11%**For three opponents, 2.59% + ((1-2.59%)*2.59%) + ((1-2.59%)*(1-2.59%)*2.59%) = 7.57%## What are the odds of hitting a flush with 4 suited cards after the flop?

If you have 4 to a flush after the flop, you have a

**35%**chance of getting the flush on the turn or the river. With only the river left, you have a 20% chance to get it. If you have an open-ended straight draw after the flop, you have a 30% chance to catch it on the turn or river.## How often do suited cards make a flush by river?

As a rule of thumb, I always remember that if the hole cards are the same suit, there is

**around a 6% chance**of making a flush by the river. If 3 players are all in, then you would be contributing 25% of the pot giving you 3-1 odds (assuming they all cover you and blinds and antes are insignificant).## Frequently Asked Questions

#### What are the odds of getting a flush in Texas Hold em?

5-card poker hands

Hand | Distinct hands | Probability |
---|---|---|

Flush (excluding royal flush and straight flush) | 1,277 | 0.1965% |

Straight (excluding royal flush and straight flush) | 10 | 0.3925% |

Three of a kind | 858 | 2.1128% |

Two pair | 858 | 4.7539% |

#### What are the odds of hitting a flush with 2 suited cards?

Flopping a flush = 0.84% (117.79-to-1)
Assuming you have 2 suited cards then there are only 11 cards left of that suit and only 50 total cards left in the deck. The probability of the first flop card being of your suit is 11 in 50. Then the second card 10 in 49 and then the last card 9 in 48.

#### How often do suited connectors make a straight flush?

The odds of hitting a straight flush with suited connectors by the river, assuming an all-in preflop scenario in Texas hold 'em, are extremely low. The probability is

**about 0.00139%, or approximately 1 in 72,192 hands**. This calculation assumes a standard 52-card deck and that no other players fold suited cards.## FAQ

- How do you calculate the odds of a flush?
- We can now calculate the probability of a flush as 5108/2,598,960 = 0.1965%. This probability is approximately 1/509. So in the long run,
**one out of every 509 hands is a flush**. - What are the odds of two people having a flush?
- Hitting a flush may seem like it's going to pay off, but it also has potential to be a disaster hand. The odds of two players flopping a flush at the same time are
**205:1**. That may seem like a long shot, but when it does happen the results are usually very costly for the player with the smaller flush. - What are the odds of two people flopping a flush in Texas Hold em?
- Each opponent has a 2.59% chance of flopping a flush separately, and we can combine the odds: For two opponents, 2.59% + ((1-2.59%)*2.59%) =
**5.11%**For three opponents, 2.59% + ((1-2.59%)*2.59%) + ((1-2.59%)*(1-2.59%)*2.59%) = 7.57%

## What are the odds of hitting a flush with 2 suited cards

What are the odds of getting a straight flush in Texas hold them? | Here's a look at how straight flush poker probabilities stack up against other hands in Texas Hold'em: Royal Flush – 0.0032% (30,939-to-1 odds against) Straight Flush – 0.0279% (3,590-to-1) |

Are flushes more common than straights? | Therefore, with a standard deck and a five-card poker hand, there are 10,200 ways to make a straight (for a probability of 0.003925) and 5,108 ways to make a flush (for a probability of 0.001965.) |

How often do suited connectors hit the flop? | THEN we get into the drawing element of suited connectors. Notice that 76s flops a flush draw 11% of the time and an open-ended straight draw 10% of the time. So roughly 21% of the time 76s will flop some sort of decent draw. |

- What are the odds of trips in poker?
**8 percent (about 1-in-12**): Percentage of time that you'll hit at least trips after having a pair on the flop. 12 percent (about 1-in-8): Percentage of time that you'll flop trips if holding a pocket pair.

- What are the odds of the same suit flop?
- The probability of the first flop card being of either of your suits is 24 in 50. The chances that the second flop card is the same suit as the first flop card is
**11 in 49**. The chance that the third flop card is the same suit as the other flop cards is 10 in 48.

- The probability of the first flop card being of either of your suits is 24 in 50. The chances that the second flop card is the same suit as the first flop card is
- Are suited connectors worth playing?
- In Texas hold'em,
**suited connectors play well against multiple players when they can see the flop for cheap**. Experienced players will generally not raise with them, because raising usually causes a few players to fold, decreasing the pot odds in the event of a straight or flush draw on the flop.

- In Texas hold'em,