Glossary

Open Ended Straight Draw

An open ended straight draw (OESD) is a draw to a straight missing either the first or last card in the sequence.


Example (Texas Hold'em):

Player Flop
The player has a straight draw with 2,3,4,5 that will be completed by any ace or six. The probability that the turn card is an ace or six is around 17.4% The probability that the player will have a straight by the river is around 31.5%.



Related Topics:

Draw, Straight, Inside Straight Draw


 

Synonymns:

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