Marco, Actually, your calculation to make quads is grossly incorrect. It appears you used a calculation from a 5 card hand (as in 5 card stud). In Holdem poker there are 7 cards from which to make a 5 card hand and therefore there are a total of 133,784,560 possible combinations of 5 card hands.
This is the only way to beat them. This means that in a game you’re always looking out for high equity hands, in order to win. What you’re doing is giving yourself a higher percentage to win by considering the starting hand percentage. Starting hands with a higher percentage of winning will have more equity attached to them.
A sample size of 3 hands is completely meaningless in poker. And so is a sample size of 300 hands, 3,000 hands or even 30,000 hands. This is why most advanced poker training programs these days focus exclusively on long term results based on solid decision making at the poker tables in the short run.
In Omaha, A-A as a part of a hand is far from that strong. In general, an A-A-x-x hand versus a random four-card hand is a 70-30 favorite in average (if all the starting hands that are normally folded are excluded, the A-A-x-x hands will be even less favorites).
In poker, players form sets of five playing cards, called hands, according to the rules of the game. Each hand has a rank, which is compared against the ranks of other hands participating in the showdown to decide who wins the pot. In high games, like Texas hold 'em and seven-card stud, the highest-ranking hands win.In low games, like razz, the lowest-ranking hands win.
How many Poker Hands are there? There are only 10 distinct poker hand ranks, but if you randomly deal 5 cards from a deck of 52 cards there are exactly 2,598,960 possible card combinations. Poker Hand Odds for 5-Card-Poker. The poker hand ranking charts are based on the probability for each distinct hand rank.
Poker Starting Hands - Comprehensive guide to which poker hands you should play, including a 2020 Texas Hold'em poker starting hands chart.. Starting Hands Win Percentage.
For example, AA is 85% to win against one player holding a random hand, but in a pot against four other players with random hands, AA is only a marginal favorite: AA drops to just 55.93% equity vs 4 random hands 3-betting to isolate will usually result in a heads-up pot against the original raiser.