re: Poker & Omaha and math and strategy(pretty basic)...
Originally Posted by N.D.
I have to get to know you better to know for sure if you're an idiot. Based on that post I can almost guarantee you're a jerk. It's seriously wrong to mock disabilities. Why not go find a guy with glasses to punch in the face or a one legged dwarf to challenge to a kicking and jumping contest?
Anyway I made a mistake with exactly what pattern it was that I was spotting, and it still might not be a legit pattern.
What I was spotting was that if you multiply outs by 4 then divide by 2 you end up with a # that's pretty close to your % of winning by the river. If it's valid then I'll at least know the worst situations for getting all or the majority of my chips in.
Now I still need clarification. How can you have more outs than are left in the deck?
sorry ....just trying to be funny
you cant have more outs than the number of cards left in the deck
2 hearts in your hand/4 cards up/2hearts on board/9 players
40 cards dealt.....your odds
are not 9 hearts out of the last 12 cards
you dont know what cards others are holding so you have to go with the percentages...you see 8 cards ...your odds = 9 of 44(52-8) = 20.45%
the rule of 2 is a quik reference guide 9x2 18 %
i think running the numbers for omaha (hi/lo anyway) are too distracting because of the split pot scenarios...during play you probably need to be a feel player...and then when you come across a complex situation you can analyze it afterwards to see what you really should have done