The Equity Theory - Part 2

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AK talks about the mathematical basics of equity calculations.

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• #1

HELLLLLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO !

GOOOD STUFF, NAISE VIDEO AK!! Keep On The Solid Work!
• #2

Yeahaha good stuff!!
Squeeze- und Slanskypushed wär super!
weiter so!
• #3

Regarding the rake calculation:

Wouldn't it be better for us to calculate the EV(W) using

[P(F) * DeadMoney] - [P(C) * P(W) * (Potsize - OurStack - Rake)]

**I put the rake inside the bracket of the amount we can win calculation**

This is because we only pay rake when we win after seeing the flop. The old formula account for rake even when the hand is folded pre-flop (i'm assuming the no flop no drop policy is in place).
• #4

А на Рашин буит?
• #5

your spoken English is awful! Really annoying to listen to!
• #6

Very nice Vid.
Squeezes and Sklansky Pushes for SSS would be a nice addition to this series.
• #7

Munish1 if you make a comment make a comment that is nice. Don't be a troal
• #8

Nice vid, more vids like this
• #9

next vid plz:
playing vs minraise as a steal
• #10

Переведите пжл. это видео и его первую часть на русский язык, или субтитры хотя бы сделайте, полезнее любой статьи по стратегии.
• #11

Raise #1

If Villain knows our openraise-range and thinks we go all in with every hand we raise with, why should he raise with AK or JJ? these hands are substantial underdogs against our range.
• #12

Raise #4

So you would really raise all in with TJs in that spot?
That seems totally -EV to me, and calculated out, it is! 22 has just 38% equity against that range.

In fact all hands in 22-44,JT,QT,QJ,K9-KJ,KQo have less than 40% against his range.

Why would one go all in with them then?
• #13