Card Solution Probability

Please explain why in a two card hand out of a deck of 52 cards the probability of getting 2 consecutive cards is 208/1326, how did you get this?

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Theorem: Probability of an arbitrary event under an equally likely assumption
If we assume each simple event in sample space S is as likely to occur as any other, then the probability of an arbitrary event E is S is given by

P(E)=Number of elements in E/Number of elements in S=n(E)/n(S)

For our problem, let S be the set of all two card hand out of a deck ...