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Not a great hand, just One Pair with any 3 Kicker cards. A pair of Kings beats any One Pair except for a Pair of Aces, if 2 players have a Pair of Kings, the highest Kicker card wins it, if these are the same, the 2nd highest or 3rd highest Kicker cards come into play if necessary.
As mentioned above It is made up of three side cards and two cards of a similar rank. The player who has the highest or the second or third highest triumphs in the situation of a draw.
Do you know, there are 1,098,240 possible One Pair combinations and 2,860 distinct ranks of One Pair hands in a 52- card deck. Always each One Pair is ranked first by its highest pair, then by its kickers.
Take a look at the few examples of one pair
The probability of getting One Pair is calculated as below.
There are 2,598,960 unique poker hands. Of those, 1,098,240 are one pair hands. Therefore, the probability of being dealt one pair is:
P(1- pair) = 1,098,240 / 2,598,960 = 4.226⋅10 or 1 in 2.37.
In stud poker, players get one pair about one time in every 2 deals.
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