Originally Posted by TimovieMan
Unless you think your A-outs are going to be good (hint: they're not), then you don't have the correct odds to call this turn, even if you stack him 100% of the time on the river if you hit.
Dude, stop chasing draws on the turn!
You've got to admit that it is pretty close. If I have 12 outs (9 outs to a FD + 3 extra outs to a gutshot) with 46 remaining cards in the deck, then that's 26% equity right there. And if I thought that there's a small possibility that the villain just has QQ/KK that decided to be all tricky by open-limping the BTN and then raising the turn, then that boosts up my equity. Although I guess I potentially have to subtract 2 outs (4h and Jh) in case the villain hits a boat/quads when I hit my flush.
But it's still tough to do all these calculations whilst playing 3 zoom tables at once with only a 30 second time bank. I just wanted to make sure I wasn't massively off the mark. If I'm within 2% equity of what is required, then I consider that a breakeven call.