Implied odds please
Hey all, atm I am wondering how to include implied odds
in my play.
As an example, let's say in 2NL I have an open-ended straight draw on the turn. By the 4-2 rule-of-thumb this means I have around 16% chance of making my straight. Ok.
The pot is $0.16 and the villain is betting 0.08. This means I have to add 0.08 = 25% of the pot and that is more than my probability to get my straight. So I should fold.
But thinking about implied odds will tell me that after the river the pot will probably be something like $0.60 or more. Me throwing in 0.08 is therefore less than my probability to get my straight and win this big pot.
Do you guys think about implied odds like that?
And if you do that, isn't it often difficult to fold any kind of draw??