A and B play a game of golf ( where the player with the lowest score wins). The deck is divided so that 17 cards goes to player A, 17 to player B, and the remaining 17 to the draw pile. Jacks and queens add 10 to the score. Aces add nine, and each numerical card adds a score equivalent to the number printed on that card. Kings are worth nothing.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Three cards are drawn. The cards that B drew are 8,1,and 2. The cards that A drew are 2, 4 and 2. Assuming no cards are drawn from the draw pile, what is the probability that B will win?

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# Golf card game probability? (not homework)

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