re: Poker & Question about implied odds
Originally Posted by aliengenius
If stack sizes are such that you are getting 12:1 implied odds you should call for set value. With 100xbb stacks, calling 4.5bb is hands down correct, and folding is a HUGE loss of value.
This is exactly the point I don't understand. Can you please extend your answer or give me a link to read about why this is a right call?
My point is that you will hit your set 1/8.5 hands, so you will lose 7.5*4.5bb just calling and folding without a hit.
So you have to win at least a 67.5BB pot when you hit your set to justify all the calls.
What in the implied odds theory can justify that?
You can hit your 3s set with a board 3AK, and you cannot extract such amount of money to a player in the button holding TT (as example).
Can somebody lighting me about that?