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Poker Hand-Dealing Simulation

Discussion in 'Excel Challenges' started by XLPadawan, Aug 2, 2017.

  1. XLPadawan

    XLPadawan Member

    - there are 4 players
    - each player receives 5 random cards from a standard 52-card poker deck
    - AH, 2H, 3H, ..., JH, QH, KH <= Ace of Hearts, 2 of Hearts, and so on
    - AD, 2D, ... Diamonds
    - AS, 2S, ... Spades
    - AC, 2C, ... Clubs

    Feel free to take some liberties with this:
    Recalculating the sheet (F9) should "reshuffle" the deck and "redeal" the cards.

    You can reshuffle and redeal however you like. My solution utilizes sheet recalculation.
  2. Hui

    Hui Excel Ninja Staff Member

    Most people setup a list of 52 Random Numbers
    Then apply a card to each number
    by looking up ie: cards 1 to 5 you have 5 random cards
    player 2 gets 6 to 10 etc
    XLPadawan likes this.

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