I just thought of an issue with the odds
I thought that I correctly calculated the odds
of flush and straight draws on the flop, but I realized I was doing it wrong. Once a flush draw or an opened ended straight draw on the flop, it will complete roughly 1 out of 3 times to the river. What I thought is that if I had a 33% chance of completing the draw, I could call a 33% size bet of the pot, but I think this is wrong. For it to be rentable you have to bet 33% of the pot adding the bets on the flop and turn, so calling a 33%pot bet on the flop is wrong, unless we are sure that we will see a free river. The odds are calculated or should be calculated per street. Lets say that is you have a flush draw on the flop, you should pay a 16,6% pot size betin order for the odds to let you stay on the pot, and then could have another try on the turn.
Is this right what I am saying, or what do you thing??