In Texas Hold’em poker, there are a total of 169 unique hand combinations that can be dealt, each with its own probability of being dealt. Here are some of the most common hands and their probabilities:

  1. Pocket Aces (AA): The best possible starting hand in Texas Hold’em, pocket Aces have a probability of being dealt of 0.45%.
  2. Pocket Kings (KK): The second-best starting hand, pocket Kings have a probability of being dealt of 0.84%.
  3. Pocket Queens (QQ): A strong starting hand, pocket Queens have a probability of being dealt of 1.28%.
  4. Pocket Jacks (JJ): A good starting hand, pocket Jacks have a probability of being dealt of 2.1%.
  5. Pocket Tens (TT): A decent starting hand, pocket Tens have a probability of being dealt of 3.24%.
  6. Ace-King (AK): A powerful hand, Ace-King has a probability of being dealt of 3.63%.
  7. Ace-Queen (AQ): A strong hand, Ace-Queen has a probability of being dealt of 4.83%.
  8. King-Queen (KQ): A decent hand, King-Queen has a probability of being dealt of 4.83%.
  9. Ace-Jack (AJ): A good hand, Ace-Jack has a probability of being dealt of 6.85%.
  10. King-Jack (KJ): A decent hand, King-Jack has a probability of being dealt of 6.85%.
  11. Queen-Jack (QJ): A decent hand, Queen-Jack has a probability of being dealt of 6.85%.
  12. Pair: A pair is a hand in which the player holds two cards of the same rank. The probability of being dealt a pair is 42.3%.

It’s important to note that these probabilities are approximate and based on a standard deck of cards. The probabilities may vary depending on the number of players at the table and the cards that have already been dealt. Also, note that this is not taking into account the players action like Fold, Raise, check, call, etc. They are only given as a reference and the game of poker has many variables that can change the outcome of the game

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