# thefinchster22

4 points

ah, i missed that full house

as for the straight though, i think you're mistaken - on KQJTA, villain can use any two broadway cards in his hand to make broadway, (eg QT), beating our K9. on KQJTx, he can make broadway with AQ, AJ, or AT

### Feb. 18, 2014 | 8:56 a.m.

also, i've been struggling with number 6... maybe it's a trick question and the answer is simply "no"?

or, maybe it's a trick question in a different way - maybe we flop a made hand and a draw, and our opponent flops a weaker made hand, in which case our equity would increase on a blank turn. not sure if this was the solution you were looking for, but it technically answers the question :)

example:

Hero: Kh Qh Kc Jc

Villain: 6d 6s 4s 3s

Flop: Kd 7h 6h

Hero's equity - 86.5%

Villain's equity - 13.5%

Turn: Kd 7h 6h 2c

Hero's equity - 90%

Villain's equity - 10%

on the flop, we have a flush draw (and top set), our opponent has a made hand (bottom set), and our equity increases on a blank turn

if this isn't what you meant, i'm stumped

### Feb. 17, 2014 | 5:23 a.m.

i'll go for the most manageable one, pretty similar to no. 1:

7. On how many board runout (types) does KsKcKh9h have the nuts? (Give the board runout (types).)

Straight flush: Th Jh Qh x x

Quads: 999xy with no straight flush possible

999xx where x is lower than 9

Full house: Kxxxx where x is lower than K

K99xy where x and y are lower than K and no sf is possible (we block the 99 quads)

Nut flush: eg. Ah Jh 8h 5s 3c - unpaired board, no sf possible (unless we block it eg. AhJhTh)

Straight: if i'm not mistaken we can never make the nut straight w/ K9

Top set: no straight or flush possible, no pair eg. Kd Th 8d 5s 2c

i think thats all of them!

### Feb. 17, 2014 | 5:02 a.m.

this is supposed to be available to view for free today, right? doesn't seem like it is..