BLIND BET

BLIND BET

Probability Payout
Royal Flush .0032% (1 in 31,250) 500 to 1
Straight Flush .0279% (1 in 3,584) 50 to 1
4 of a Kind .168% (1 in 595) 10 to 1
Full House 2.596% (1 in 38.5) 3 to 1
Flush 3.03% (1 in 33) 3 to 2
Straight 4.62% (1 in 21.6) 2 to 1

Comments

jackson57575

in my opinion, the blind bet is the difference between winning big and losing. I've played this site's strategy a couple times, and I usually am pretty close to even unless I win a big hand and collect on the blind payout. Last week, I got a straight flush- quit right then and there. In all my time playing this game (about 5 years), I have gotten 1 royal flush, 2 straight flushes, and probably 40 four of a kinds. These hands are what make the game profitable.

jethrosullivan

how often do you play? I play quite a bit and have never seen a royal flush let alone gotten one myself. and 40 four of a kinds? thats awesome! you must be doing pretty well financially to be able to afford going to the casino that much.

jackson57575

I probably go to the casino every other weekend with my friends. For awhile there, I played nothing but ultimate texas holdem poker, and I'm talking many hours. One night, my friends and I started playing around 8 pm and didn't get up from the table until they closed the game for the night at 3 am. So I saw a lot of hands on those binges.

jethrosullivan

well are you up overall for the game? sorry for so many questions, i'm just curious about long term results of using a basic strategy for ultimate poker.

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