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Pot Odds, Implied Odds And Reverse Implied Odds tactics [Request Alec]





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12 comments

  1. I love your videos man! thanks for responding to me on twitter too hahaha!

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  2. Alec, i think your math is a bit off for pot odds.
    You said that equity needed = Hero's call / Pot + Villain's bet. (33% = 50 / 100 +50)
    Shouldn't it be equity = Hero's call / Pot + Villain's bet + Hero's call? (25% = 50 / 100 +50 +50)

    For example, If Villain bets $100 into a $0 dollar pot, you need to be correct 50% of the time, not 100%

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  3. Awesome castle! Great info, thanks!

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  4. thanks for taking my question Alec 🙂

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  5. Pot Odds: Fold your shitty hand, you don't have a choice
    Implied Odds: Call with nothing, you do have a choice.

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  6. Hi Alec, i love your videos, your are a inspiration to me, thanks to all the content and time and energy spend to make this videos, your blog,.. you keep me with energy to go for my dream (be a poker player), THANKS!
    You are the man ! 😉

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  7. a pair of balls beats everything

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  8. great vid bud somthing ive been trying to understand more you are the man alec keep doing what you do

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  9. Thanks

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  10. Any advanced math poker books you all suggest? I pretty much know the poker basics and I took a game theory class in college so I should be able to understand it all.

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  11. Good video, cheers Alec!

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  12. $100 (in pot) + $50 (villains bet) + $50( hero's call)

    therefore for my $50 in a pot of $200 (total),
    i need 25% equity to justify calling and not 33%.

    can anyone clarify the math if it checks out?

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