re: Poker & counting opponents
This is what i'm referring to originally by Tony G:
"Your opponents’ hand distributions don’t affect the probabilities much unless all the hands in an opponent’s distribution contain some of your outs. But even when their entire hand distributions count against you, you can make an on the fly estimate and subtract something like 3%-5% from the winning percentage you’d get if you put your opponents on random hands. So go out there, read your opponents, and be confident in the math governing your drawing hands."
Something like the third king that makes you trips making a flush or straight for an opponent so even though it is an out for you it can also make another players hand as it is an out for them also?