Elementary naval ordnance and gunnery, including close-order by Hobart Cole Ramsey

By Hobart Cole Ramsey

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But when the flop came you got no help at all. In fact, you got hurt because every card on the board is higher than your 5s. These are called overcards. Any opponent holding either a 6, Jack, or Queen has you beat. And if, perchance, none of them held any of these three cards in their pockets, they might already be holding a pocket pair higher than your 5s. If they don’t hold a pocket pair already, then the turn and river cards are yet to come which could pair them up, and they likely are holding cards higher than a 5, which beats you, too.

Because you’re most likely already beaten and not just by one player. So, how can you tell? Let’s take a look. When the 10 came on the turn, it gave you your straight. But it gave you the low, or idiot end of the straight. As you can see, the board already has four cards to a straight displayed, the 8-9-10-J. Any player holding a Queen now also has a straight, but they have the high end of the straight, which beats your straight. Further, because Seat 8 reraised Seat 7’s raise, he might even have K-Q in his pocket for the nut straight, meaning the highest possible straight.

5% Win Rate Rank: 126 of 169 possible Situation #5: Answer This is a very poor hand as you can see from the box above. This hand has less than a 1 percent chance of winning. Even so, you’re going to play this hand at this point because you’re already in a full bet of $4 because you were in the big blind position. It won’t cost you any more to play, as you are the last to act before the flop so no one can raise after you. ” Both of these are ways of asking you if you want to raise the bet. You will just say, “Check,” or tap the table in front of you with your hand which is another way of indicating that you wish to check.

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