*Originally posted by Puschkin81*

You only have 15 outs because other wise you would double count the K
and 3
.

Given that you have 31 cards which don't help you and 15 cards which help you, hence odds of 2.07:1. The pot odds are 26.80:13.70 or 1.96:1. That means it's close but it's a fold.

Good luck at the tables!

Puschkin81

It will sound stupid because I do not want to argue with teacher but let's count outs here.

I have to admit I made two mistakes (was to early for poker brainstorming):

It is not

"If we put him on JJ we have 17 outs (9x

, 3x3,

**3xK, 2xA**) -> odds are

**30/17 = 1,76:1** and pot odds are 3:1 so easy call for me".

But

If we put him on JJ we have 17 outs (9x

,

**3x3**,

**2xK, 3xA**) -> odds are

**29/17 -> 46 cards left= 1,71:1** and pot odds are 3:1 so easy call for me.

Actually it is 17 cause I already discounted 3

(3

came later on the board)

About pot odds - you are right...but still -> call

.