Tricky implied Odds

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    • la55i
      la55i
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      Did you read this: http://www.pokerstrategy.com/strategy/others/2290/1/ ?
    • Stroill343
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      Originally posted by la55i
      Did you read this: http://www.pokerstrategy.com/strategy/others/2290/1/ ?
      Thanks bro. I'll check it out. As long as we're talking. I went deep on FT20150819 Freebuy to FT IPO Super Sat (299701992), NL Hold'em. Busted out at 8th place. If you can review my hands that would be awesome.

      Another problem for me is that I can't or my pokertracker 4 can't open this specific tournament hand.

      I've checked out the link you provided me. Its quite helpful, thanks.
      However I'm not sure if I totally get it.

      g.e.
      Super Agro Villain bets full pot on the flop. I call, getting 2:1 on my money. (Flop Pot total now is $15)
      If i know he's the type of fish who doesn't slowdown. and I hit my hand on the turn and he bets at least $10.

      Am I getting 4 to 1 implied odds based on these assumptions?
    • la55i
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      I'm sorry but I'm not very familiar with tournament play, I'm not a coach and I make a lot of mistakes my self so I can't review your hands and even if I could I wouldn't do it. I think you should register to some poker site through pokerstrategy and start earning strategy points. That way you can read more articles and watch videos and participate in coachings.
    • Stroill343
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      Alright, How about this?

      Super Agro Villain bets full pot on the flop. I call, getting 2:1 on my money. (Flop Pot total now is $15)
      If i know he's the type of fish who doesn't slowdown. and I hit my hand on the turn and he bets at least $10.

      Am I getting 4 to 1 implied odds based on these assumptions?
    • la55i
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      On the flop pot is 7,5. Villain bets pot (7,5). Now the pot is $15 as you said. You have to 7,5 to a $15 pot. You get 2:1 odds and with flush draw you need 4:1. To get it to 4:1 the pot must be at least $29. So you would have to get $14 instead of $10 to make it 4:1.
    • Stroill343
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      I mean the pot on the flop is $5.

      Villain bets $5 and hero calls $5 = $15

      Turn comes and Villain bets $10.

      Now, based on your reply this is a correct call. Right?
      This is more than enough, correct?

      We are getting 4 to 1 on our money now.
      Sorry I'm not very good in math that's why I ask a lot of question.
      I just wanna make sure.

      Granted we miss on the Turn and he bets 2/3 pot.
      Now with only on street left. Does the same principle applies?

      Scenario: We know he's got a hand and is a super agro fish, let alone a calling station.