Quick Reference Poker Odds

Hand Flop Turn or River River

Pair (using one hold card) 3 to 1 3 to 1 6 to 1

Two Pair (no pocket pair) 49 to 1 7 to 1 14 to 1

3 of a Kind (no pocket pair) 73 to 1 11 to 1 22 to 1

3 of a Kind w/pocket pair 8 to 1 11 to 1 22 to 1

Straight w/connectors (no AK or A2) 101 to 1 <2 to 1 <4 to 1

Flush 22 to 1 >2 to 1 4 to 1

Full House (no pocket pair) 1,088 to 1 5 to 1 12 to 1

4 of a Kind (no pocket pair) 9,799 to 1 24 to 1 49 to 1

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* Approximate odds gathered using the 4/2 method. In some cases exact odds will vary.

** The above Texas Hold’em Odds are calculated only for the hand shown. If there is also the possibility of improving another hand, your odds will change.

*** These are “flop to finish” odds.  The “turn or river” odds are your probability of making your hand in either of the last two cards. The approximate odds of making your hand in the Turn only will be slightly better than the odds listed above for the “river”.

Our thoughts regarding the use of the above Texas Hold’em Odds table:

This chart is designed for quick reference during common situations that arise in Texas Hold’em. As stated above, it is only valid for these exact situations. In many cases you may be hoping to hit a certain hand but you could also win by making a different hand.  This is why we strongly recommend calculating odds based on an individual hand basis. For a quick trick to calculating odds based on the number of outs you have after the flop, please reference the 4/2 method explained in the article Calculating Poker Outs.