ok, I guess you don't want to use pokerstove.

So lets break down the combinations:

- against JJ+, you have two outs, so you have ~10% equity on the flop. This is 24 combinations in his range

- against AK, he has 6 outs against you, ~25% equity on the flop. This is 16 combinations of his range.

So your equity on the flop is as follow: equity = 24/40*0.1+16/40*0.75 = 0.35

You finish like in my previous post inserting this value instead of the pokerstove values.

Advnatage of making these calculation yourself: you can weight his range. Say you know he is keen to fold AK if he miss, except in like 10% of the time. Then your equity becomes:

equity = 24/(24+0.1*16)*0.1+0.1*16/(24+0.1*16)*0.75=0.14

Well at least I calculate it this way

Cheers