Sorry for delayed answer, I have been moving to new country so it did take me to set up everything at my place, now I am back and starting to evaluate the homeworks.

Good job! Homework #3 Done!

Hard to recommend you any videos of math, cause math is still more advanced stuff. Start with odds/implied odds etc and then continue with more advanced stuff.

**About Question #1:**
Preflop Equity:

** Equity Win Tie**

**UTG ** 50.78% 50.40% 0.38% { KsQs }

**UTG+1** 49.22% 48.84% 0.38% { 3d3c }

Postflop Equity:

**Board: **J
5
3

** Equity Win Tie**

**UTG ** 26.46% 26.46% 0.00% { KsQs }

**UTG+1** 73.54% 73.54% 0.00% { 3d3c }

**About Question #2:**
There are several occasions on turn:

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

I would like to ask what is a good average for a cbet on the turn. I'm often unsure about my turn play after a villain calls and I still have say TP on the turn.

Depends on your style, how often you CB flop etc. It may vary with huge gap. There is simply no basic number to follow, if you want some of your stats analyzed then post them and we can take a look.

And is it always the case on lower limits that if I pure bluff cbet on the turn OOP say with overcards and i still have 2 overcards on the turn that I should give up the hand?

I don't get your question? Pure bluff on the turn and then give up the turn? You mean the river? Depends of course, sometimes we might even 3barrel if we assume to have fold equity.

You are doing great progress, keep going!