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#### Felipeemattos

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Calculating the pot odds, we have 1000/3200 equal to approximately 0.31, or 31%. In this case, the pot odds are greater than the probability that you hit the hand, so the correct play would be to fold.

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Calculating the pot odds, we have 1000/3200 equal to approximately 0.31, or 31%. In this case, the pot odds are greater than the probability that you hit the hand, so the correct play would be to fold.

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circumstantial condition, great example,Not if you are in position with good implied odds such that you win extra money on the river when you hit your draw, but oop generally yes folding is often best

what's your game pattern?

In this case, the pot odds are greater than the chance of hitting the hand, so the correct play would be to fold.

Calculating the pot odds, we have 1000/3200 equal to approximately 0.31, or 31%. In this case, the pot odds are greater than the probability that you hit the hand, so the correct play would be to fold.

You know the answer yourself bro

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You must have other outs than to flush to have 13 outs.

Flush is usually with 9 outs so 18 if boths flop and river draw counts.

I respect your opinion, but we are always willing to understand and discuss how each one would act; and yes this probability is counting with the river and also of easy understanding in how many would be your aponent(s).

Mainly I agree with @spunka

The odds on a turn or river of the flush are 9 overall (your two cards plus the two flush cards from the showdown).

Possibly you will always find some other possibility such as getting some more high pair, or a straight draw. Many times the odds are increased in this way.

Regarding the other, well look, for me and it is my personal opinion, I always try to pay attention to the call bets, especially if they do not vary my stack too much to see any possibility of a project.

In this case, in general, when a possible flush draw appears on the table, the one who bets almost a pot can have a high pair even over the possible pair that can be made on the flop, so that a flop is understood, for example the villain has .

So they make these big bets almost to get you to fold.

It's like they tell you,,,, do you want to see your flush project??? then pay.

And well, after that the decision becomes yours, whether or not you want to see the other street. And always understanding that it is very likely that the street you see is the turn. If your color does not come out there, possibly the villain's next bet will be allin for you to fold and he does not suffer a badbeat.

My regards, brother

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even considering the probability of equity ?

Not necessarily. You also have to think about the players your against. Some players will pay you off even if that river is that flush card you have. If they would pay you off if you hit that added equity would possible change a fold into a call. The problem is he may not call every time and you need to be certain he would call some bet you would make.

Calculating the pot odds, we have 1000/3200 equal to approximately 0.31, or 31%. In this case, the pot odds are greater than the probability that you hit the hand, so the correct play would be to fold.

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I understand perfectly, that's when you have the other 50% of the game in your hands, the art of persuasion, psychological mastery, and consequently the strategic gainNot necessarily. You also have to think about the players your against. Some players will pay you off even if that river is that flush card you have. If they would pay you off if you hit that added equity would possible change a fold into a call. The problem is he may not call every time and you need to be certain he would call some bet you would make.

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Not necessarily. You also have to think about the players your against. Some players will pay you off even if that river is that flush card you have. If they would pay you off if you hit that added equity would possible change a fold into a call. The problem is he may not call every time and you need to be certain he would call some bet you would make.

not necessarily, that's correct, but in all likelihood, would it change the game?

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not necessarily, that's correct, but in all likelihood, would it change the game?

would it be possible to turn a fold into a call..

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Not necessarily. You also have to think about the players your against. Some players will pay you off even if that river is that flush card you have. If they would pay you off if you hit that added equity would possible change a fold into a call. The problem is he may not call every time and you need to be certain he would call some bet you would make.

nothing takes away from me the happiness of having called the attention of an important person as a guide, I will always listen to him and respect him and he will always have my admiration; but I can impress you and that's the intention.