Originally Posted by vinylspiros
Wow, i see what you mean. I'ts just that i dont have the math handy during the hand so with one quick glimpse during 4 tabling zoom, it felt as though i had outs and wannted to build the pot, but in hindsight it looks pretty horribad. thnks man.
Think a little though. It is common sense. What can you hit when calling with QJo OP. One pair or a straight draw most likely if you hit something. Everything else is hard to hit and it is very easy to spot by the opponent. With one dominated pair or a straight draw you are in big trouble postflop playing OP.
Another thing. There is a huuuuuuge difference between suited and not suited connectors. Look at the difference between OdJc and QcJc . Your equity is doubled postflop. A nonsuited connector has half of the pottential of a suited one .