- Yesterday, 21:00 -

*Originally posted by BogdanPS*

Now, from that 5% I think that we can expect to stack off vs **JJ-AA and AK**.

- Today, 00:13 -

*Originally posted by BogdanPS*For 2 I would assume he calls TT and maybe JJ as well (since it's FR he may call other hands as well like AK/QQ.

**You do understand that now you are changing things you said ?**
*Originally posted by BogdanPS*

Can you explain how you calculated the 1 and assumptions you've made?.

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*Originally posted by BogdanPS*

Now, from that 5% I think that we can expect to stack off vs **JJ-AA and AK**.

1)

JJ+,AKs,AKo - 60.22%

AdKh - 39.78%

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The first one

**has an error** yes now I see, it should be like this:

how much we win/lose = (20.1*0.3978) - 10

how much we win/lose = 7.995 - 10

how much we win/lose = -2.00$

As for assumptions they where taken from your previous post I changed just the TT part since I

highly doubted that he could call 4bet whit TT op, actually I doubted about AQ but made calculations

anyway.

*Originally posted by BogdanPS*can expect to get called by AQ/TT type hands..

from 5% range: (I did rounded to make calculations easier, though it shouldn't change a lot)

**1) hands he raise**: JJ+,AKs,AKo - 3.02% from ALL card combinations or 3.02/5 from our 5% range

*[in my previous post I rounded it to 3/5]*
**2) hands he calls: **AQs,AQo - 1.21% from ALL card combinations or 1.21/5 from our 5% range

* [in my *

previous post I rounded it to 1/5]
**3) hands he fold: **5 - 3.02 - 1.21 = 0.77% from all hands or 0.77/5 from our 5% range

* [in my *

previous post I rounded it to 1/5]
x=profit or loss times he calls

profit or loss = (times he calls*1) + (times he folds*1) + (times he raises*3)

profit or loss = (x*1.21) +(0.9$*0.77)+((-2$)*3))

profit or loss = 1.21x+0.693$-6$

1.21x = 5.307$

x = 3.385$ -------> conclusion I shouldn't round up numbers and should double check before posting...

I guess last question: do you except us getting at least 3.385$ in pots he calls if

**Yes** than I have no other questions.