# Calculating 'Outs'

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In Poker the term 'outs' refers to the number of cards that we think will make us the winning hand. By the very nature of the term 'outs' we have a drawing hand, which is unlikely to be the winning hand unimproved. It is therefore important to be able to calculate the number of 'outs' we have in a hand.

Calculating 'outs' is done by counting the number of cards that will make our hand for example:

If we have a flush draw holding: A3 on a flop of 210q

The following cards left in the deck will give us a flush:

456789jQk

Therefore in this flush draw example we have nine outs to make a flush.

Lets do one more example for clarifiaction:

If we are trying to calculate our outs for a pair and a flush and are trying to improve to two pair, three of a kind or a flush and we hold: 87 on a flop of 7k3

The following cards left in the deck will improve our hand to this hand strength:

2456910jqk77888

This gives our pair and a flush draw 14 outs to improve.

With all this in mind lets have a go at the questions and calculate how many outs we have!

1

El_Pitixone

191 XP in 27 seconds

on 4/3/15

2

8urmommysBTN

102 XP in 26 seconds

on 24/1/17

3

Keilso

99 XP in 29 seconds

on 10/10/19

4

narun

97 XP in 36 seconds

on 14/2/15

5

AtomJapo

81 XP in 31 seconds

6

majstordech

67 XP in 59 seconds

on 10/10/15

7

Pwll

64 XP in 69 seconds

on 28/7/15

8

D.N.Z164

61 XP in 92 seconds

on 16/4/16

9

EkoIRL

60 XP in 28 seconds

N/A

10

backinblack

59 XP in 29 seconds

N/A

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