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    MS Excel - Cards - Texas Hold'em

    This came about because of this thread http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.php?t=501535.

    What I came up with is a four-handed Texas Hold'em game that is done in Excel. I became interested in shuffling randomness, card distribution, detecting winning hands. The Auto & Fast checkboxes allowed me to check distributions for large number of hands.

    BTW - it doesn't actually have non-computer players.

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    Re: MS Excel - Cards - Texas Hold'em

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    Re: MS Excel - Cards - Texas Hold'em

    Attachment not able to download. i am very much eager to see the code. Can you please send me to Removed By Mod

    Please send to my email id this is my humble request i am so interested to see the code because i am trying this code for past 4 days but i am not getting logic.

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    Re: MS Excel - Cards - Texas Hold'em

    Welcome to the forums.

    I have edited your post and removed your email address.

    You should never post your email address in an open post on an open forum. Mail spam bots can pick that up and before you know it, your mailbox is full of junk mail. If you wish to share your email address with other forum members, please do so via our PM system.

    Thanks.

    Now that we have that out of the way, lets talk about this.
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    Re: MS Excel - Cards - Texas Hold'em

    balasivi: Try downloading the attachment now.
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    Re: MS Excel - Cards - Texas Hold'em

    sorry here after i will not post my email id in forum's. Thanks for your info and fast reply. Now i am able to download the file. Really thanks a lot for your help.

    Do you have an Texas Hold Em Odds Calculator in Excel. if you have please share it with me.

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    Re: MS Excel - Cards - Texas Hold'em

    Although we do allow a good deal of latitude with respect to questions in the CodeBank if they pertain specifically to the CodeBank entry, as a rule, this section is just for members to share their code with other members.

    As such, I've copied your last post and created a new thread for you in the Office Development Q&A section.

    You can find it here. http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.php?t=562064
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