Hey,

Had a couple of double gutters in a session I just played -- I missed 1 of them because I was playing many tables. It slipped, and it is sad since the extra equity is usually enough to be aggressive against the right opponents. So I thought to myself:

"Is there an easy way to generalizing double gutters **on the flop**, a method, so a quick sweep of the board shows if a double gutter is possible or not."

I thought of this:

*Your holecards must be in succession with 1 card on the board and the other two must not be identical and have a difference of exactly 2 of that succession.*

Is it correct for all instances of double gutters on the flop?

Excuse me if I come off somewhat daft ..