Is there a "Rule of 20" for flush draws (implied odds)
Let's say you have a flush draw on the flop.
(You have 2 spades, and flop has 2)
Usually, pot odds
and pot equity (outs) says calling a flush draw is not good.
So, let's discuss implied odds.
I mainly hear this talked about for set mining.
You only call if the stacks are 20x the call. (Rule of 20)
Does the Rule of 20 apply to a flush draw?
If the call amount is $50, then stacks need to be $2000 to call?
In a cash live game of 1/2NL (200NL), most stacks are about $200 or 100BB.