Texas Hold’em Post Flop Odds

The odds below represent the mathematical probability of one of these specific events occurring after the flop, or “post flop”. You can use these post flop odds along with the Best Texas Hold’em Starting Hands to help determine your best play in a given situation.

Want to know the odds of getting dealt a certain hand pre-flop?  Check out our Texas Hold’em pre-flop odds.  Or for a quick look at poker odds, check out Quick Reference Chart for Poker Odds.

If you are interested in learning the math behind post flop odds, check out our detailed post flop odds math.

diamonds

After the Flop Odds
Q-Q not having a Ace or King by the river 2.49 to 1
Q-Q versus A-K heads up, A or K hitting by river 1.987 to 1
Flop being all one kind (J-J-J or Q-Q-Q) 425 to 1
Four flush improving 2.859 to 1
Open ended straight flush improving 11.879 to 1
Open ended straight improving 3.256 to 1
Two Pair making a full house 5.972 to 1
Trips improving to full house or better 2.994 to 1

clubs

When You Hold A-K Suited Odds
Q, 10, J (for royal flush) 19,600 to 1
Improves to four of a kind 9,800 to 1
Improves to full house 1089 to 1
Flopped flush 119.5 to 1
Pair of Aces or Kings w/ four flush 59 to 1
Two of your suite with board paired 2-Q 54 to 1
Two of your suite 9.13 to 1
Any Q, J, 10 306 to 1
Q-Q or less, one or less of your suite 6 to 1
Flop two pair 22 to 1
Q-Q-Q or 2-2-2 445 to 1
Ace or King 3 to 1
Four to a flush 9 to 1
A-A or K-K making three of a kind 74 to 1

hearts

When You Hold K-K Odds
Flopping four of a kind 408 to 1
K-A-A 1633 to 1
A-K any card 55.7 to 1
Making any full house 102 to 1
Three of a kind 9.3 to 1
A-A-A 4,900 to 1
A-A -7 816.6  to 1
Any pair w/ no K or A-A 6.74 to 1
A and any other cards besides a K 5.2 to 1

spades

When You Hold Q-J Off Suit Odds
Flop 4-Q’s or J’s 9,800 to 1
Q-Q-J or J-J-Q 1,089 to 1
A-K-10 306 to 1
K-10-9 or 8-9-10 153 to 1
Flopping any straight 102 to 1
Open-ended straight 15.3 to 1
Three suited cards of a suite you hold 45.54 to 1
Flopping three of a kind (no full house) 63.63 to 1
No A or K 1.82 to 1
Q’s up or J’s up 27.2 to 1

diamonds

Other Important Odds Odds
No pair improving to a pair on the flop 3 to 1
Suited hole cards w/four to a flush 12 to 1
One pair improving by river 5 to 1
Pocket pair improving to trips after the flop 12 to 1
Two over cards improving to a pair 4 to 1
Two overs + gutshot straight draw improving to a pair or better 2 to 1
Gutshot straight draw hitting by the river 6 to 1
Gutshot + pair improving to two pair or better 3 to 1
Backdoor flush 33 to 1
Backdoor flush w/ over card improving to pair or flush 6 to 1
Backdoor flush with gutshot improving by the river 5 to 1
Backdoor flush w/ 2 over cards improving at least a pair 3 to 1

clubs

Odds of holding/not holding an Ace
(Expressed in %)
Odds
2 players no ace 71.783%
3 players no ace 60.141%
4 players no ace 49.962%
5 players no ace 41.118%
6 players no ace 33.486%
7 players no ace 26.949%
8 players no ace 21.396%
9 players no ace 16.723%
10 players no ace 12.831%

hearts

The probability that no one  besides you has an ace in his or her two hole cards Odds
2 players 88.244%
3 players 77.448%
4 players 67.571%
5 players 58.571%
6 players 50.408%
7 players 43.040%
8 players 36.428%
9 players 30.530%
10 players 25.306%

spades

Ace on flop, chance that someone has an ace down Odds
5 players 49.337%
4 players 41.250%
3 players 32.316%