Episode 264: Ivey Bluffs It Off
In addition, avoid making threads for quick stories and BBV. We cannot defend against 3bs with this hand at least we shouldn't. If you dropped in on this article looking for a Pot Odds Calculator, there are a few simple ones out there online but the truth is you have all the tools you need to calculate pot odds right in your head. This is mainly because it is a small buy in comp, so most of these players are recreational players rather than players that play regularly and do it to make a profit. It still evaluates the hand strong enough to be opened from under the gun, but not all of the time. It is easy for players with big stacks to put pressure on the small stacks because they do not want to get their chips in with a bad hand because it feels like a waste of money and time. So when QJo flops top pair it is dicey to get value on several streets.
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I would go at least for fat value. Sorry, I fold flop. Guy has a K here like always with his bet sizing. You got lucky on the turn tho As played, call on turn. Sure, scare cards could come out but big bet on turn only folds him out if you're ahead. Originally Posted by crsseyed. Turn j v1 bets 40 hero raised to River 6 V jams hero?
The fact that I expect to lose? He either flopped a straight or hit runner runner flush. Preflop and flop mistakes? What would you do differently. Originally Posted by johnnyBuz. BB code is On. All times are GMT The time now is Page 1 of 2. Send a private message to megamen Find More Posts by megamen Find Threads Started by megamen Send a private message to Minatorr.
Find More Posts by Minatorr. Find Threads Started by Minatorr. This is mainly because it is a small buy in comp, so most of these players are recreational players rather than players that play regularly and do it to make a profit. These players have played for fun and are not there to make money. However you will often find in tournaments with a bigger buy in and therefore a bigger prize pool players will hold onto their chips for longer. When playing a 3 day event, a player does not want to get their 10 big blinds in light when they can wait for a bigger better strength hand.
It is easy for players with big stacks to put pressure on the small stacks because they do not want to get their chips in with a bad hand because it feels like a waste of money and time. In my personal experience I like to wait to get the correct hand and position before I risk my tournament life. Once a double up has be acquired the building up stage becomes easier and it is harder for other players to put you at risk again.
If you dropped in on this article looking for a Pot Odds Calculator, there are a few simple ones out there online but the truth is you have all the tools you need to calculate pot odds right in your head. In fact it's much better for your game long term to learn the quick shortcuts and how to calculate pot odds in your head on the fly; it's not like you can pull out and use a pot odds calculator at the poker table anyway. In order to calculate your equity your odds of winning the pot , you need to first know how many outs you have to make your hand.
This becomes quick and simple with a little practice and a little memorization. If you have an open-ended straight draw there are two different values of cards that will give you your hand:. If you have a flush draw there are 13 cards of that suit.
You hold two of them and two of them are on the board:. Remember to remove the outs of cards you know on the board and in your hand and to not count outs twice for example, if you have an open-ended straight flush draw you have 15 outs.
When counting your outs you need to remember the idea of anti-outs and possibly even blockers. If by making your straight you also complete the flush of your opponent, then those straight cards are not outs to your hand and can't be counted as such.
The possibility of a flush draw on the board can turn a profitable eight-out straight draw into a six-out straight draw, rendering your odds insufficient. More about Anti-Outs and Blockers here.
If you can't make an astute deduction of the value of your opponent's hands, err on the side of caution and always assume that they have the hand most dangerous to your own. If there's a flush draw, assume they have the draw; if the board is paired, assume they have a full house or, if you're lucky, just trips. It's less expensive to wrongly fold a hand than to wrongly call off your whole stack.
There's a simple formula you can remember to get a slightly more accurate figure:. Without this little formula the percentage would be higher by seven points, giving us an artificially large result. If your equity calculations are wrong you can't make informed decisions. As you can see, equity and pot odds hang on a bunch of relatively simple calculations.
All that they require is some memorization of the formulas and techniques and a little bit of practice calculating them in your head.
For some people this will be much easier than for others but everyone can do it if they spend a small amount of time practicing. Remember that implied odds change the game of No-Limit Hold'em greatly. In fact, having a very large amount of implied odds can render a call correct even though pot odds would render it absolutely incorrect. To learn more about implied odds and how they can affect the choices of you and your opponents check out this Implied Odds article here.
For another method of calculating your equity in a pot - one you may find easier - you can check out this Equity article. You can't consider things you don't know, ever. On average over the long run you will win as if you had 15 outs because you are that much more likely to have every card make you win than none, or some where between.
But you'll most likely have to bet twice. Shoving would avoid this, or being last to act and checking the turn, if possible, then these equity calculations are accurate. But you only get one card for that bet, and your equity is When you are playing Omaha with nine or ten players, with ten after the burn and flop you only have eight cards left.
When you have a hand with fifteen outs, how does that work with only eight cards left in the deck??