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Bitesize Training: EV Calculations

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giannison 15/3/12

hello again i calculate the probability in your flush draw example if villain fold 40% a pair
and is 2bb ev i wanna ask is it worth? or we should fold and find better spot with higher ev?


w34z3lon 9/3/12

Hey giannis,

It really depends on villain your pot equity your fold equity. Sometimes you should play a flush draw aggressively but other times you might not (perhaps you don't have enough fold equity for it to be profitable).

The same applies to your 99 on a 4c4hQh flop. Sometimes the best option might be to raise while other times it might be to flat-call or even fold. It really depends on villain's range including the range he will continue with to a raise. Theoretically you could raise 99 for value against flush-draws, but if your opponent folds all flush draws to a raise and only calls with Qx, it might be a bad idea.


giannison 9/3/12

hello adam nice video calculating ev, u give a example what if we have flush draw better be aggressor, so in the other hand if i have a pair of 99 and the flop is 4c 4h qh the oppement cbet the ev is reraise?

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