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Austin Harvey
All the pot odds are incorrect in this video. They should be 3:1 = 25% and 4:1 = 20% respectively.
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Panda LM
Is the number below "Call" the call of your opponent or is it already in the pot so it would be your own call
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Ditaalinpoker
3/1 îs not 33% îs 25%,is a diference
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Tony England
I can't thank you enough for this video, it's all finally starting to make sense.
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MisterTwister
Can someone explain how he got the 33% in the pot odds section and the 25% in the pot odds section? I apologize I’m new to this and trying to learn
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showstopper8
I thought if the pot odds are greater than the equity than you call?
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ChillinMeYou
so with 12 outs its ok to go all in on flop and it will still be profitable?
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Andre Botha
I'm struggling to do this quick in my head while playing online.

I'm not mathematically inclined but I'm great at reading people even online.
But I know to go to the next level I need to get the quick math part down too.

Anyone else struggling with that? And if so, any advice?

Thanks guys

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x x
SHOULD OF DONE ALL FIVE POT $2,000 AND $1,000,WHY $1500 LAST TWO-2 AND 4 BACK TO FRONT
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Kiri Ng
Hi, can i ask why does 6 outs equal to roughly 12%/24% instead of 12%/13% (12% + 12%x12% to get 13%) , to hit at least 1 of the cards ?
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Jeremy Brown
You got the rule of 4 and 2 backwards. Multiply your outs by 4 on the flop for your turn percentage. Then multiply your outs by 2 for your river percentage.
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Jeremy Brown
You got the rule of 4 and 2 backwards. Multiply your outs by 4 on the flop for your turn percentage. Then multiply your outs by 2 for your river percentage.
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Ari Ahinko
Hey dude i like your videos! but i have a question. when you are deciding to call lets say a pot on the flop with flush draw, with two cards to come we have 32% chance of hitting and 33% pot odds, so we have that marginal break even call, but doesnt this mean that we assume to get a free river card(turn goes check check), because if we have to put more money in to the pot on the turn, lets say 1/2pot bet, we're not getting those 2 cards with break even pot odds?

if we face a 1/2 bet on the turn, were gettin 25% pot odds with 16% equity to see the river, so we have paid 2 streets to see the river, and those streets combined we have gotten 29% pot odds, with 24% equity?

the math here is: equity = 32 + 16 / 2 and Pot odds = 33 + 25 / 2
Am i correct? :)

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TeamASAH
When do you raise than?
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Franky P
Hi mate could you please explain 1500:500 odds i thought it was 20% pay 500 to make 2000 which equals 2000:500 4:1 which equals 20% im a little lost is this wrong?
cheers

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