The game in question is Casino Hold'em, detailed rules of which are given here: <[url removed, login to view]>
In brief, the dealer and the player are dealt two cards each from a deck of 52, another three cards called community cards are shown to everybody. The player has an option of folding or raising. After that two more community cards are dealt and payout is made based on these cards, player's cards, and dealers card.
I want a program in which I enter player's cards (e.g. Ace of spades and Nine of clubs) and three community cards (e.g. three of diamonds, five of spades, and queen of hearts) to be able to calculate the average payout across all possible outcomes (those are 47*46/2 possibilities for dealer's hand times 45*44/2 possibilities for the remaining community cards).
UPDATE: In addition to the average payout I want a simple summary table like the second table under the link above ("ante pay table").
Interface & graphics: nothing complicated, but I need to be able to enter the cards into a single field, player's cards and community separated by space, e.g. "7hTc 9sThQd" for 7 of hearts and 10 of clubs versus nine of spades, ten of hearts and queen of diamonds.
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