p Statistics: Pokerhands 
by JVSchmidt 
General considerations  
The PokerHandsTest (PHT) is a way to investigate the statistical behaviour of 5 digits long substrings.
Therefore it completes the results from the direct digits frequence analysis. To perform a PHT we divide all possible substrings into seven different classes which cover all possible digits combinations. The likelihood values for these combinations can be reached easily if every digit apperas with equal right.
Analysis looks like this: 14159  One pair 26535  One pair 89793  One pair 23846  No the same 26433  One pair 83279  No the same 50288  One pair 41971  One pair 69399  Three of a kind 37510  No the same etc. 
Results  
Number of analyzed digits: 4.2x10^{9} digits Number of analyzed poker hands: 840.000.000 Analysis started at digit: 1 Chi^{2}value for the Pokerhand statistic = 4,1849
