This is a discussion on post flop odds please within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; a9 vs 10/10 flop aa10. can some1 settle an argument about the odds of a9 winning this? i can approximate the odds for the obvious
a9 vs 10/10 flop aa10. can some1 settle an argument about the odds of a9 winning this? i can approximate the odds for the obvious 4 outs (a999) this being about 16%. the debate was over how much to add for the possibility of river pairing turn. shouldnt it b less than 1% (45 cards left so my rough math was 6% of 11% or about .7%)
28th April 2008, 9:02 PM
Poker at: Jokerstars
Game: NLHE & PLO
Why are you trying to work this out yourself? Just use an odds calculator.
29th April 2008, 6:22 AM
Online Poker at: fulltiltpoke
because im pretty new to the online scene...old and technologically impaired...looked around for something like that but only found 1s that would allow preflop calculations...where do i find something like what u posted?
29th April 2008, 6:30 AM
Game: Big breasts
A wild guess?
Type "poker odds calculator" into Google.
After the flop the A9 has 4 outs for the turn (A999) but after the turn (assuming no A 9 or T) the A9 hand adds 3 outs for a total of 7 on the river. I use PokerStove: Poker Software and Analysis (http://www.pokerstove.com/) for equity calculations like this. The one above can be found by looking at the table in the pic.
29th April 2008, 9:28 AM
If you want to do a rough calc in your head then something like this:
4 outs on turn (1 ace and 3 nines) and 7 outs on river (1 ace, 3 nines and 3 of the blank turn card to pair the board).
When doing different outs on turn then river i use 2 x turn outs + 2 x river outs = %. Whether or not other ppl use this i have no idea but i was very bored on the bus home from school one day and decided to figure out something that worked for outs that change on turn/river and this seemed very accurate.
So (4 x 2) + (7 x 2) = 22%
And yea if you compare it to the calculator it is a pretty damn good estimate that takes about 5 seconds to figure out.