Poker Probability – The Math behind It
Poker is a mathematical game, at least partially. If you learn the poker probabilities, you’ll be well equipped to make good decisions in many tricky situations at the poker tables. Dig into PokerJunkie’s poker probability articles and make sure you put your money into the pot when you’re a mathematical favorite.
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Running it Twice - Effect on EV
When you run it twice, how does your EV change? Or does it?
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Running it twice means you deal the rest of the hand twice and give half the pot to the winner of each hand.
Example of running it twice
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