Curious about how certain groups of hands are played in Texas Holdem? Reviewing how others played certain hands
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Everyone knows the basic math related to starting hands in Holdem but here it is again just for fun. Ignoring suits and pairs there are 78 starting hands in Texas Holdem. Adding the 13 possible pairs gives us 91 starting hands (ignoring suits). If we differentiate between suited and non-suited then we have 169 starting hands (78 suited + 78 not suited + 13 pairs). Note that the odds of getting the hands below are not equal. Pairs are only dealt 6 ways each but non-pairs are dealt 16 ways each. In the long run this means you'll get 72 more often than KK and AA combined.