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9 outs on flop, one card to come
- odds?
- %equity?

- 4.22 : 1
- 19%

2

5% hand range

TT+,AQ+,KQs

3

3% hand range

JJ+, AK

4

10% hand range

All pairs, suited broadway, AQ+

5

22% hand range

All pairs, all broadway, suited aces, most sc's

6

50% hand range

Any ace, any Kx suited, all no-gap connectors, all 1-gap sc’s, some 2-gap sc’s and connectors, some 3-gap sc’s, K7o+, Q8+

7

9 outs odds
- 1 card to come
- 2 cards to come

= 4.22 : 1
= 1.86 : 1

8

8 outs odds
- 1 card to come
- 2 cards to come

= 4.75 : 1
= 2.18 : 1

9

15 outs odds
- 1 card to come
- 2 cards to come

= 2 : 1
> 1 : 1

10

4 outs odds
- 1 card to come
- 2 cards to come

= 10.8 : 1
= 5 : 1

11

9 outs (flop), 1 card to come:
- Odds
- % Equity

= 4.22 : 1
= 19%

12

8 outs (flop), 1 card to come:
- Odds
- % Equity

= 4.75 : 1
= 17%

13

10 outs (flop), 1 card to come:
- Odds
- % Equity

= 3.7 : 1
= 21%

14

11 outs (flop), 1 card to come:
- Odds
- % Equity

= 3.3 : 1
= 23%

15

12 outs (flop), 1 card to come:
- Odds
- % Equity

= 2.9 : 1
= 26%

16

13 outs (flop), 1 card to come:
- Odds
- % Equity

= 2.6 : 1
= 28%

17

14 outs (flop), 1 card to come:
- Odds
- % Equity

= 2.4 : 1
= 30%

18

15 outs (flop), 1 card to come:
- Odds
- % Equity

= 2 : 1
= 32%

19

The two most important reasons to bet are:

- get better hands to fold
- get worse hands to call

20

You raise to 3BB pre-flop with AQo and get one caller from the blinds.. You have position on a flop of 938 rainbow and your opponent checks to you.

Based on the fundamental theorem of poker, what is your best play, and why?

you should check back, because:

-Better hands will not fold and worse hands will not call, plus:

- It gives you a chance to improve against a pair
- It prevents a check-raise,
- It gives you a chance to make a dominating hand

21

You raise to 3BB pre-flop with KQo and get one caller from the blinds.. You have position on a flop of 938 rainbow and your opponent checks to you.

Based on the fundamental theorem of poker, what is your best play, and why?

you should bet to get A-high hands (which are better than your hand) to fold.

22

You raise to 3BB pre-flop with QQ and get one caller from the blinds.. You have position on a flop of 938 rainbow and your opponent checks to you.

Based on the fundamental theorem of poker, what is your best play, and why?

You should bet out:
- to protect your hand against overcards
- to get worse cards to call

23

You raise to 3BB pre-flop with 77 and get one caller from the blinds.. You have position on a flop of 938 rainbow and your opponent checks to you.

Based on the fundamental theorem of poker, what is your best play, and why?

you should check because:
- betting would cause weaker hands to fold
- a bet would only be called by a stronger hand

24

What is the "Aggressive Action Theorem"

A player who raises post flop will likely not fold his hand

25

explain the 45 unseen card rule

used to approximate odds and equity with one card to come.
divide outs into 45... 45/outs = x:1
(x-1): 1 are your odds
1/x is your equity

26

If you know your opponents drawing odds (e.g. 4:1), how do you estimate the amount to bet to make the draw unprofitable?

given odds of x:1, the bet size needed is:

Bet size (% of pot) = 100/(x-1)

27

What percentage of the pot should you bet if you estimate your opponent has 8 outs with one card to come?

greater than 25%

0dds = 4.9 : 1
Bet size = 100/(4.9-1) = 100/(~4) = 25%

28

What percentage of the pot should you bet if you estimate your opponent has 9 outs with one card to come?

greater than 33%

0dds = 4.2 : 1
Bet size = 100/(4.2 - 1) = 100/(~3) = 33%

29

What percentage of the pot should you bet if you estimate your opponent has 6 outs with one card to come?

greater than 17%

0dds = 6.8 : 1
Bet size = 100/(6.8 - 1) = 100/(~6) = ~17

30

Approximately what percentage of the pot should you bet if you estimate your opponent has 9 outs with two cards to come?

greater than 100% (actual answer > 116%)

45 unseen card rule ~ 5:1 chance = 4:1 odds. Two card odds ~ 2:1

0dds ~ 2 : 1
Bet size = 100/(2 - 1) = 100/(~1) = ~100