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Probability : Void Suit in a Bridge Hand

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In the game of bridge, a player is dealt a hand of 13 playing cards from a standard 52 card deck. A hand is said to have a void in a suit if it contains no cards in that suit. Determine the number of distinct hands containing at least one void. What is the probability of being dealt a hand with at least one void? Your answer should be a percentage.

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