*Originally posted by hohoho321*

@ tokyoaces

1. so for instance the rake is 0.7 , the pot becomes 15,6 half is 7.8

Now 8,15-7,8 = 0.35 and the final ev is -0,47 -0,35 = -0,82$ is that right ?

2. I think there is mistake in your calculation ( probably due to distraction ) because you calculate " -10 * 63.11% " not -10*60.96% as It maybe should be

@kiromanAAKK how did u do your calculations briefly ?

SB: $20,37

Hero: $13,18

0,05/0,1 No-Limit Hold'em (6 handed)

Preflop: Hero is MP3 with A :, K : (Коментар)

MP2 folds, Hero raises to $0,30, 2 folds, SB raises to $1,00, BB folds, Hero raises to $3,10, SB calls $2,10.

Flop: ($6,30) 4 :, 5 :, 3 : (2 players) (Коментар)

SB bets $6,30, Hero raises to $10,08 (All-In), SB calls $3,78.

Pot $6.30

Bet $10.30

Breakeven equity needed 10.30/(6.30+10.30) or 6.30/(10.30/6.30+1) both the case equal to 37.95%

For the EV I suppose that Hero got 4 outs (2h, 2s, 2d, 2c) and 5 cards seen (2 holding and 3 for the flop)

So, I calculate like that

(equity win x win)+(equity lose x [-lose])

(8.51%*$10.30)+(89.36%*-$6.30) that is equal to –4.75

Sorry, in the previous calculations I got the wrong amount in the calculation