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Greg
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Question 3 answer is incorrect. I chose 50%, and it said 40% , but the answer below confirmed my 50% answer
Tom Hanson
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Oh, thanks for the comment. There are only 4 x 2 = 8 combinations of JT (since you have two of the Ts in your hand), and 4 x 3 = 12 combinations of KQ (since one Q on the flop). 8 divided by 8+12 = 40%. I have fixed the incorrect feedback now, thanks for letting me know.
Igor
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A lot of useful information!!! Thanks!