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If all 52 cards are dealt to four players, what is the probability that at least one player has all the cards of one suit?

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3. The attempt at a solution

This could happen for one of the four suits, so for the first card, there are 52C4 possibilities (where the C represents a combination), then for the next 51C12, then 50C11, etc. I don't feel as though this is correct, though. Any suggestions?

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# Homework Help: Card Probability

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