This is a discussion on Calculation table for Odds and Outs I hate Maths and I love Poker within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; To make our decision whether to call or fold we consider two elements:
How many Outs we have (Cards that will make us a winning hand)
Calculation table for Odds and Outs I hate Maths and I love Poker
To make our decision whether to call or fold we consider two elements:
How many Outs we have (Cards that will make us a winning hand) and how likely it is that an Out will be dealt.
How much money will we win in return for us taking the gamble that our Out will be dealt
I would like to see your table but it looks like a hot mess above due to formatting issues... any chance you want to screenshot the table and place that in the thread so others can see what you are talking about?
February 1st, 2018, 11:55 PM
Join Date: Jul 2016
You are forgetting reverse pot odds and implied pot odds. Which will only make this game that we all love so much more complicated
February 10th, 2018, 5:15 PM
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BurtonBoy I have made it on other post as I don't know yet how to re-edit the current post see here https://www.cardschat.com/f57/odds-outs-calculation-table-362465/
November 21st, 2018, 9:45 PM
Join Date: Oct 2018
re: Poker & Calculation table for Odds and Outs I hate Maths and I love Poker
There are many elements to poker! For me ive always been competitive and enjoy that aspect of the game. If you enjoy it, Play it! Have fun! this should be the main reason why you continue doing anything in life. If there comes a point in time poker starts to make you angry or you cant deal with the losing part of the game, take a break. the math part... If this isnt important to you, just know the basics. percentage to hit flush, strt, trips... very basic stuff.
November 25th, 2018, 6:27 PM
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Why all these difficulties? If you follow rule 2 and rule 4, you multiply your outs by 4 on the flop and 2 on the turn. The error is not more than 5%.