Originally Posted by MrSticker
Your correction would be true if he were to push and get 2 cards for one action. But there is only 1 card per street, so his odds on 1 card making his draw with 15 outs on the turn card only is exactly 2.1-1 against
I cant see that folding a hand when you are favourite to win is a good idea, just because there is the possibility you may not have pot odds to call the next bet if you miss the turn.
Looking again at the hand history, i dont think i'd be in the situation you described. I'd have led out the betting with this hand, trying to build up a big pot to match my great odds of winning. 90 cents to try and keep all 4 in the pot? I dont see why he checked.
P.S I didn't see that there was still someone to act when I said go all in. I'd probably be tempted to call, hoping that he'd call as well (he'll hopefully be dragged in when it's 3 handed). I wouldn't consider folding though.
and PPS, I dont think you can talk about 3xBB and pot odds when you are at this level. Bottom line is, he had to bet 30cents, and that's a negligible amount for the vast majority of adults. Put a nought or 2 noughts on the end of the bets and it will be a different matter. And implied odds are there when it's No Limit, he could conceivably be making $8+ here from a 30 cent investment - 8T suited isn't at the top end of the calling range, but it isn't 27os either.