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Poker - Simulation
Course Topic(s): Probability | Combinatorics | Games of Chance
Links to an interactive text with succinct explanations for probabilities for all nine possible five card poker hands. From the text, links are given to the interactive experiment where the user can set one of the nine hands. Stopping rules for the simulation include the setting the number of runs and stopping when the type of hand of interest is dealt. Two simple examples of draw poker are discussed in the exposition.
Resource URL: http://www.math.uah.edu/stat/games/Poker.html
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Creator(s): Kyle Siegrist
Contributor(s): Kyle Siegrist
This resource was cataloged by Carolyn CuffPublisher:
Virtual Laboratories in Probability and Statistics
Resource copyright: Creative Commons
This review was published on September 17, 2012
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