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From Coffee Drinker: When you draw the first card, you have a 1 in ...
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When you draw the first card, you have a 1 in 44 chance of drawing the correct first card, so your odds of getting this far are 1/44
If you get the first card right, then you have a 1 in 43 chance of drawing the correct second card  so your odds of finishing the sequence (if you got the first step correct) are 1/43
So the odds of both happening are simply (1/44) x (1/43) which is 1/1892
That works out to about 0.0053%
this is not even close to the one answer which incorrectly claims (without explanation) that the odds are 1/44 million.
Here's another way of looking at the same situation:
There are 44 cards which have equal chance of being the first one drawn. For each of those 44 possible results, there are 43 possible results for the 2nd card.
So 44 x 43 = 1892 possible combinations of cards when you keep track of the order in which they are drawn. Since you picked ONE specific combination of results out of 1892 equal possibilities, you have a 1/1892 chance of drawing the desired result.

From William: I believe the question asking what are the odd...
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I believe the question asking what are the odds of drawing two cards and then drawing the same two cards over again? In which case it would be the square of 1/1892, or 1/3,579,664. Although I think the “in the same order” clause would double the odds again to 1/7,159,328 since the previous calculation only takes into account the odds of drawing the exact same two cards twice from a 44 card deck, and fails to account for drawing them in the same order. This is of course assuming statistically random shuffling of cards, etc...

From F: Ignoring the fact there are 52 cards in a stan...
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Wed, 09 Jan 2019 00:26:22 +0000
Ignoring the fact there are 52 cards in a standard deck, I would say the odds depended on how well you shuffled. If you shiffle like me , i would say about 1 in 10, if you are a professional probably agree with the 1/44 x 1/43 answer.

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From Munky P: 1/44 times 1/44
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Tue, 08 Jan 2019 21:03:58 +0000
1/44 times 1/44

From Nick: (1 / 44) * (1 / 43 ) = 0.000535 or 0.0535%
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Sat, 12 Jan 2019 22:21:03 +0000
(1 / 44) * (1 / 43 ) = 0.000535 or 0.0535%

From JAMES: 5050. It will happen or it will not.
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5050. It will happen or it will not.

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From PVPMaster: Two in fortyfour million. (If my math's c...
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Two in fortyfour million. (If my math's correct)