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I wish I had a way to get the correct answers for the quizzes as I only got (SURPRISE) 87 percent on the first one. So now I am wondering what in the heck I got wrong...
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/Jun/2010

Caculating outs

By: csunbean @ 02:36 (EDT) / 321 / Comment ( 0 )
It always seems to me that the counting how many "outs" you have is not a real scientific way to determine your true "outs. odds" Especially if you are in a nine handed game, there must be some statistical caculation where you could or should reduce your outs as the odds are, some of your outs have already been dealt to an opponent.
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