Good job! Homework #3 Done!

Very nice analyze by the way on 2nd Question.

Seems like you doing really good with those kind of math-like calculations. Be ready for even harder ones in future. :>

But easy and simple answer about Question #3:

There are few situations on turn:

a) If we take just odds for the FD and we take into account that all our odds are clean. There which means:

Total Pot = $0,91 ; We have to Call = $0,22 -> According to that it means we are getting ~4,16:1 odds. For flushdraw we would need 4:1. Which tells us that we are getting perfect odds.

b) If we consider the opponent having sets here:

Which means we have to discount outs, for example

**6** and also

**3**. Which means we have 7 clean outs. Which means that we need 6:1 odds. That tells us that we need ~$0,41 on river to make it profitable. If we expect the opponent being loose enough and being able to pay us no-matter what then we can do the Call here properly.

c) We might even have overcards as outs or even 4 as a out:

Although this kind of situation ain't that likely. I'd rather discount that one and either pick a) or b). Most likely towards Call.

About moving to NL5 I'd still advice you to wait till you have 25BIs. Even the 25BI rule is a bit aggressive I'd say.

Also got the answer how you are so good with math.

Although the coaching vid was still great, if you have time watch it. There are few interesting things you might wanna use.

Also I would still advice you to post the hands and discuss with others. That's how actually the analyze usually should work. Always better to do in groups rather just see your own game only which you might even ignore at some spots and see yourself doing good but actually you didn't.

You are doing great progress! Some more points earned.