HI all. First post. I am a PLO pro that is starting from the beginning of the vids to clean up my game. I have a math question that is in regards to a vid that was made in 2014. I thought the thread might be better here than such an old vid. It was Intro to PLO by Don Ding. On hand #3, the board is AsKsJd and one player flops the nuts while another has top set and another has the NFD. Don states that on this flop, the player with the nut straight on the flop will still have the nuts about 50% of the time. I was wondering what is the math to calculate this. I am not looking for the direct answer for this situation but the calculation to all, so that I can do the math on every flop. I think this would be a good matrix to have memorized when calculating bet sizes and pot odds.