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<div>Player B: Reraise=10%, Call=5%, Fold=85%</div>
<div>Player C: Reraise=15%, Call=10%, Fold=75%</div>
<div>Player D: Reraise=5%, Call=6%, Fold=89%</div>
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<div>Each player's choice is dependent on the previous players action in this respect-if any player reraises, the subsequent players will all fold (e.g. the 10% of the time that player B reraises, every other player will fold). I need to find the following probabilities: </div>
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<div>Probability that everyone folds and player A wins the pot: (I think this would just be the product of the players "fold" stat, 6.8%)</div>
<div>When everyone does not fold, what is the probability that the hand is reraised? Called? </div>
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