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I am looking for a simple package that allows computing poker (Texas Holdem) probabilities of winning a hand versus a number of hands. I would like a package for either R, Python or C++.

For example, I would like to compute the probability of winning the hand with A9s (Ace and Nine same suit) if we assume the opponent has a pair.

This is what programs like Flopzilla do. But I want a free alternative. I don't need anything too fast, just fast enough to do some hands simulation in reasonable times.

I have been trying to install Pokerstove, but I can't get it to work on Windows.

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