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Problem

Find the number of poker hands of each type. For the
purposes of this problem, a poker hand consists of 5 cards chosen
from a standard pack of 52 (no jokers). Also for the purposes of
this problem, the ace can only be a high card. In other words, the
card sequence $A\clubsuit$, $2\diamondsuit$, $3\diamondsuit$,
$4\spadesuit$, $5\heartsuit$ is not a straight, since the ace is
a high card only.

Here are the definitions of the hands:

$\textbf{ Royal flush:}$ $10$ through $A$ in the same suit.

Example: $10\spadesuit$, $J\spadesuit$, $Q\spadesuit$,
$K\spadesuit$, $A\spadesuit$.

$\textbf{Straight flush:}$ 5 cards in sequence in the same suit, but not
a Royal flush.

Example: $4\diamondsuit$, $5\diamondsuit$, $6\diamondsuit$,
$7\diamondsuit$, $8\diamondsuit$.

$\textbf{Four of a kind:}$ Four cards of the same rank.

Example: $Q\spadesuit$, $Q\heartsuit$, $Q\diamondsuit$,
$Q\clubsuit$, $7\spadesuit$.

$\textbf{ Full house:}$ Three cards of one rank and two of another.

Example: $3\spadesuit$, $3\diamondsuit$, $3\clubsuit$,
$9\heartsuit$, $9\diamondsuit$.

$\textbf{ Flush:}$ Five cards in the same suit that are not in sequence.

Example: $3\clubsuit$, $4\clubsuit$, $5\clubsuit$,
$6\clubsuit$, $8\clubsuit$.

$\textbf{ Straight:}$ Five cards in sequence that are not all in the
same suit.

Example: $6\clubsuit$, $7\clubsuit$, $8\diamondsuit$,
$9\spadesuit$, $10\clubsuit$.

$\textbf{ Three of a kind:}$ Three cards of the same rank; the others of
different rank.

Example: $J\clubsuit$, $J\diamondsuit$, $J\spadesuit$,
$7\diamondsuit$, $K\heartsuit$.

$\textbf{ Two pairs:}$ Two pairs of cards.

Example: $5\heartsuit$, $5\spadesuit$, $8\diamondsuit$,
$8\clubsuit$, $A\spadesuit$.

$\textbf{ Pair:}$ A single pair of cards.

Example: $3\clubsuit$, $3\diamondsuit$, $5\spadesuit$,
$9\diamondsuit$, $Q\diamondsuit$.

$\textbf{ Bust:}$ A hand with none of the above.

Example: $2\clubsuit$, $4\spadesuit$, $6\diamondsuit$,
$8\heartsuit$, $10\clubsuit$.

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Authors
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