Common Preflop Odds Chart

The common preflop odds chart displays probabilities for being dealt specific starting hands preflop in Texas Holdem.

It assumes using a 52-card deck. Your first hole card can be one of 52 cards and the other one may be one of 51 (52-1) cards. This makes a total of 1,326 starting hand combinations (52x51/2).

Fortunately, all of these combinations can be divided into a few starting hand groupings (e.g. pocket pairs, suited connectors) so you do not have to apply a separate strategy for every single hand.

Common preflop odds chart

Hole CardsOdds
Pocket pair0.452%
Suited cards0.302%
Unsuited cards non paired0.905%
AKs, KQs, QJs, or JTs (suited cards)1.21%
AK (or any specific non-pair, including suited)1.21%
AA, KK, or QQ1.36%
AA, KK, QQ or JJ1.81%
Suited cards, jack or better1.81%
AA, KK, QQ, JJ, or TT2.26%
Suited cards, T or better3.02%
Suited connectors3.92%
Connected cards, T or better4.83%
Any 2 cards with rank at least Q4.98%
Any 2 cards with rank at least J9.05%
Any 2 cards with rank at least T14.3%
Connectors (suited or unsuited)15.7%
Any 2 cards with rank at least 920.8%
Not connected nor suited, at least one 2-953.4%

More articles on poker probability:

 Poker odds calculator
 Poker outs and odds
 Pot odds and expected value
 Sklansky bucks
 Implied odds
 Reverse implied odds
 Poker hand probability chart
 Common flop odds chart
 Pocket pairs - flopping overcards odds

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