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Implied factor

  • 2 replies
    • joecar
      Joined: 09.04.2008 Posts: 347
      I take it you mean implied odds?

      An example is calling a raise preflop with a small mid pocket pair.
      You can make this call due to the call 20 rule (you and opponent have 20 times raise in your stack).

      If you believe you can stack your opponent when you flop a set you are calling preflop with implied odds.

      It's based on How much will I win if I make my hand?

      You need to balance both implied and pot odds in your decisions

      Other factors involve
      villian looseness
      stack sizes
    • Rakijan
      Joined: 18.02.2009 Posts: 7
      Ok, thanks a lot! I thought it is some sort of ratio betwen all this key factors, but I should keep it simple :)