This is a discussion on How to calculate the equity? within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; hi, a question How i can calculate the equity? Easy explain please. I know calculate the outs But i don't know how calculate with a 


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Use an equity calculator.
Here's two free ones: Equilab Ace Poker Solutions Equity Calculator (http://www.acepokersolutions.com/pokercalculator/) Equilab is faster (especially when calculating wide multiway ranges) and has the "Monte Carlo" option for calculations that would otherwise take too long. Ace Poker Solutions is better because you can weight the ranges (like assigning that some hands will only be played 40% of the time), and the builtin ranges are more optimized for NL (instead of limit). 
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https://www.cardschat.com/pokeroddscalculator.php first you need to know the possibility of each results going to happen. the equity = possibility of that kind of result happen X[multiple] the amount you and your opponent put into that kind of result. in your case. your winning chance 48.48% your losing chance 51.52% possible chance to split pot= 0% if the original pot is 100 you both agree to put nothing into the pot the equity is equity= 100*48.48%100*51.52%= what ever if you both agree to put an extra 50 into pot equity = (100+50*2)*48.48%(100+50*2)*51.52%= what ever. similar way. good luck. 
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re: Poker & How to calculate the equity?
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I'm kinda slow doing mental/manual calculations so, most of the time i use equity calculator. 
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even the pot is big , the equity still could not be bad or sometimes positive. 
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re: Poker & How to calculate the equity?
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