DrDunne... You don't have to read this post, as it may spoil the exercise for you

*Originally posted by BogdanPS*

D) Remove the minus sign and divide C by (C+**pot we stand to win if villain folds to shove**) and that's your fold equity required (you will get a 0.X number, multiply by 100 to get %).

Is this including our own bet which will be uncalled?

C gave me -14bb

Meaning D would be

14/(14+35) = 28,5 % (if not included and)

14/(14+125) = 11,2 % (If included)

28,5 % fold equity seems like quite alot

Also, to your question in the case we would have 0 FE:

AKo has 33 % equity vs what i consider a standard call for villain to your shove here (QQ+, AKs)

Considering our investment of 90bb in a total 200bb pot, we could call this 45 % pot odds, requiring 45 % equity vs his range. Because we have no fold equity, this must all come from beatable cards in his range.

I found his strongest possible range profitable to us would be JJ+, AJs+,AKo giving us 45,27 % equity, and thus to my understanding giving us the right odds. Is this true or is it completely rubbish?

If we can find his calling range is wider than this, we can shove, sit back and enjoy our long-term profits?