This is a discussion on Equity and pot odds questions within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; Hi everyone iv been using equilab equity trainer recently in an attempt to get a better understanding and to improve my estimates as I just
Hi everyone iv been using equilab equity trainer recently in an attempt to get a better understanding and to improve my estimates as I just donít use it in my game currently and it has brought up some questions I would like answered
1 so if I estimate I have for example 35% equity on the flop if someone bets into the pot does that mean I need at least 3 to 1 pot odds to call
2 do I estimate my equity and use pot odds preflop
3 am I right in thinking my equity will change on the turn and again on the river for pos or neg and for that reason I will have to re calculate pot odds if a bet is made
4 once iv placed my chips into the pot am I right in thinking they belong to the pot know and are no longer relevant in my calculations
Thanks you in advance everyone your help is much appreciated
You need roughly 2/1 as 3x33=bascially 100%.
Yes because stack sizes differ which means calling ranges differ etc...
Your equity is halved for the turn if you don't pick up extra equity.
Yes any money in the pot is dead money and belongs to no one