Given a 52 card deck of playing cards, I am trying to calculate the probability of the following in a 4 person game.
I am the dealer, the person to my left (player 1) is to be dealt the first card and this goes around the circle.
We are dealing 6 cards in total to each player, one by one around the group.
What is the probability of the person to my left getting 9(suit), 10(suit), J(suit), Q(suit), K(suit), A(suit), with me then declaring that the suit "of choice" (a rule in the game) is the suit that they were dealt (let's assume 1/4)
I started off with:
Is that all I have to do? Or am I missing some other calculation? Do I need to calculate that the other players aren't dealt one of those cards also as they come before player 1 is dealt their next card?