# Poker math question

• Bronze
Joined: 16.03.2009
Lets say we know that
32o has 32.431% equity vs AKs and 34.023% vs AKo

How can we calculate the equity vs [AKs, AKo] ?
• 3 replies
• Bronze
Joined: 08.10.2009
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Equity Win Tie
MP2 33.62% 33.33% 0.29% { 32o }
MP3 66.38% 66.08% 0.29% { AKs, AKo }
• Bronze
Joined: 16.03.2009
Yeah, I know the answer, but the question was how to calculate it knowing the condition I gave...

Never mind, I figured it myself

4 combinations of AKs, 12 combinations of AKo

so eq {32o} vs {AKs, AKo} = (32.431 * 4 + 34.023 *12 ) /16 = 33.625

or is there another way to calculate it?
• Bronze
Joined: 17.01.2011
i don't really understand your question

with the given data of course you're doing it right and by the simplest way by calculating weighted average...
but if you're using some equity calculating software, why not just type the range as "AKs, AKo"? because i guess you probably got that data (32o has 32.431% equity vs AKs and 34.023% vs AKo) by using one