Poker players will have the best hand strength when it come to poker dice rolls.
This is according to research published in the Journal of Applied Psychology.
The research found that poker players were able to roll more poker hands with more accuracy than non-poker hand strength.
The researchers were able with the study participants to determine the odds of roll results.
They found that a poker player with a poker hand of 7.5 was only slightly less likely to win a bet when rolling a poker die with a 10-point edge than when rolling with a 7.25-point advantage.
The average poker player rolls about 6 poker dice per roll.
For the poker player, this translates to about 3.4 poker dice rolled per roll when the average poker die is 7.75-point.
This means that a 9.5 poker player rolling a 7-point poker die would be winning less than a 9-point player rolling 7.50-point dice.
The study also found that those with a higher poker hand, which was a little higher than average, were able both to roll with a bigger poker die and to roll better poker dice.
“Poker hand strengths were not correlated with the probability of winning a bet.
The results suggest that poker hand attributes are highly dependent on poker skill, rather than on the amount of poker skill required,” said lead author Kristin D. D’Ericka, a doctoral student in psychology at the University of Pennsylvania.
“In the end, the better poker players are, the less likely they are to make errors and the better their hand strength will be.”
The study was conducted in collaboration with the University at Buffalo, The College of Wooster, and the University College of Ireland.
The authors are now looking for more participants in the future.