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# Games of Chance

Games of chance are games where the outcome or winner is heavily determined by the outcome of a random event. Use Wolfram|Alpha's computational understanding of these real-world applications of probability to test your luck and compute the chances of hitting the jackpot, getting dealt a winning hand or striking it rich in a wide variety of games ranging from poker to roulette and more.

Compute the outcomes and probabilities of multi-sided dice rolls and of games involving dice.

#### Compute dice probabilities:

#### Compute probabilities for non-cubical dice:

#### Compute the probability of a specific outcome:

Compute the chances of winning and see the payouts for various roulette bets.

#### Get data on various roulette bets:

#### Specify a particular bet:

#### Specify a wager amount:

Compute the probability of drawing a specified set of cards or analyze the odds of being dealt various hands in poker.

#### Compute card probabilities:

#### Compute odds for a poker hand:

Compute the winning payoffs and probabilities of wagers at specified odds, amounts and house advantages.

#### Analyze a bet at specified odds:

#### Specify the amount of the wager:

#### Specify a house advantage:

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