outs and odds

    • marinank
      marinank
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      Joined: 24.01.2013 Posts: 1
      Outs and Odds
      Outs Odds from Flop
      to the Turn (1 card) Odds from Flop
      to the River (2 cards) Examples
      1 46:1 22.5:1 Backdoor-Flushdraw (two cards of the same suit on the turn and the river)
      2 22.5:1 11:1 Pocketpair to improve to three of a kind
      3 15:1 7:1
      4 11:1 5:1 Gutshot
      5 8:1 4:1 A pair to improve to three of a kind or two pair
      6 7:1 3:1
      7 6:1 2.5:1
      8 5:1 2:1 OESD
      9 4:1 2:1 Flushdraw
      10 3.5:1 1.5:1
      11 3.5:1 1.5:1
      12 3:1 1:1 Flushdraw + Gutshot
      13 2.5:1 1:1 OESD and a Pair
      14 2.5:1 1:1 Flushdraw and a pair
      15 2:1 1:1 Flushdraw and OESD




      Hi , I ` am start to play short stack strategy and I have one question? Can some one tell me when I`m looking odds from flop to the turn(one card) and when are looking odds from floop to the river(2 card)???
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    • JCSeerup
      JCSeerup
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      Joined: 14.12.2010 Posts: 1,039
      I only think you should be looking at outs from flop to river if you are getting all-in on the flop, because that is the only time you can be certain that you are going to see the next two cards for the price you pay on the flop. Otherwise you should be looking at odds from flop to turn because there will be a good amount of the time where you will face an other bet on the turn.