Now we've really entered a dangerous assumption. If you have KQ on a board of 8-5-2-J, and you think your opponent has made a pair of eights, but without a queen or a king kicker, you have six outs (any queen or king will make you a better pair). The odds of 6.7 - 1 only hold true if your assumption is correct. It will often be the case that you're wrong, so be very careful with this situation poker online .

If you're holding 7-7 on a A-K-9-2 board, and your only saving grace is a third 7. This is a really far fetched draw, and our only reason for including it is to show just how far fetched it is. We have (almost) never seen a pot big enough to warrant drawing to a set. Fold in all but the most extreme pot sizes.

Drawing to X outs: (46-X) / X : 1
This is the generic formula. If you have a draw other than the ones we've listed above, and want to figure out your odds for it, this is the way. Count the number of outs you have and then subtract this number from 46. Divide the result by the number of outs, and voila - you have your odds. For example, if I'm drawing both to a set and to a flush, e.g. I have reason to believe my opponent has two pair, and I have AA, with four to a flush, my outs are any ace (giving me a set) plus 9 flush cards (giving me a flush), totaling 11 outs. This gives keno w88 :

46 - 11 = 35.

35 / 11 = 3.2

My odds of drawing a winner are 3.2 : 1

Don't forget that you can always use our poker cheat sheet and poker odds calculator, especially when reviewing your poker hands and studying.

The best way to calculate precise preflop odds is to use a dedicated odds calculator. However, here are a few quick and dirty tricks to know rough odds on the go:

A pocket pair against two overcards (e.g. 66 vs AQ) is roughly 50/50 w88 casino
A smaller pair against a bigger pair (e.g. 66 vs AA) is a 4/1 underdog
Two high cards against two lower cards (e.g. AK v QJ) is roughly 60/40
A "dominated" hand (e.g. AK v AJ) is a 3/1 underdog

Pot Equity refers to your percentage chance of winning the pot. It is the amount that may belong to you depending on what cards you have. This could be at any stage of the game. For example, if there is a 70% chance you'll be successful and win, you have 70% equity in the hand.

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