Our poker odds calculator can bring the correct odds for games including Texas Hold'em
, Omaha, Omaha Hi/Lo
, Stud and Stud Hi/Lo. Select the hands of at least two players to generate an accurate rundown. The calculator is still being developed. Look back in a few days to see it.
Our advanced poker odds calculator is designed to show you an accurate rundown of the correct odds for hands in a whole series of poker game
variations, including Texas Hold'em, Omaha, Omaha Hi/Lo, Stud and Stud High/Lo.
The purpose of the free poker
odds calculator is to provide our members with an efficient tool for calculating the different poker odds, in all thinkable situations from the most popular games.
This way, you will be able to track back any real or thought-up hand, and see how the poker odds play out in relation to the different hands.
Using the free poker calculator is made deliberately easy for your convenience. Simply select the game type and hands you want to compare for at least two different players, and the advanced poker calculator will automatically do the rest.
With the Texas Hold'em calculator, a player will hold two cards with betting rounds going before the flop, on the flop, and on the turn and river. Using the Omaha poker calculator is similar. Here players are, however, dealt four cards instead of two.
With the Stud poker calculator, all seated players will post a small amount called the ante before the cards are dealt. Each player will then receive two hole cards face-down and a third face-up. The worst exposed hand will then post a small bring-in before a fourth, fifth and sixth open card is dealt to the players still in the hand. This is followed by a final seventh closed card and a possible showdown. Each round from the bring-in is posted and onwards is accompanied by a betting round, typically following a fixed limit structure.
Using the advanced poker odds calculator will help you improve your understanding of poker odds and game play in all of the different poker game variations. You can rerun as many hands as you want and choose exactly the combination of cards needed, securing you an unlimited number of hand and game play combinations.