Originally Posted by koisug
what are you doing with these mathematical raskaty? I purely understand what you will give, or you just wanted to brag?


not bragging,
bluffing, this is a poker site right?
Besides
pot odds, any math needed at the table is memorization not math, except for the initial calculations, but those can be found online put into a chart and memorized.
Are you Russian? What does raskaty mean?
Not saying you don't know the following but for beginners following this,it is good knowledge.
5 outs using the rule of 2: 2% X 5 outs or 10% for one street, or 90:10 or 9:1 hand odds so pot odds need to be better than 9:1 to be profitable in the long run. That's any hand with 5 outs at any time ever in Texas Hold'em.
if two streets use the rule of 4: 4% X 5 outs or 20% for two streets, or 80:20 or 4:1 hand odds, so pot odds need to be better than 4:1 to be profitable in the long run. This is usually only used when villain has gone all in as one wants to know the present (one street at a time) and not the future (both streets).
The rule of 4 has a little kicker to it.
For every out above 8 outs Subtract 1% for final hand odds
For instance:
12 out using rule of 4: 4% X 12 outs or 48% for two streets, minus 1% for every out over 8 outs our 4% so hand odds drop to 44% for two streets, or 56:44 or 1.27:1 hand odds, so pot odds need to be better than 1.27:1 to be profitable in the long run.
once the chart is memorized to 15 outs one should work on pot odds which is tough live when blinds get big. and work ones way up to 25 out which happen but not often, and when ya have 25 outs are all those really outs?
Regards,
GiGiCat