Poker Math

1. Counting Outs

Learn to identify and count your outs (the cards that will give you the advantage) and the probability of hitting one of them on the next card.

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2. Break-even Pot Size

How big should the pot be for a call to be profitable in the long run? Simple maths can tell you this in seconds.

Prerequisite: Counting Outs

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3. Hand Equity Concept

Understand what hand equity is, and how to calculate it, in the simplest situation where only the river is left to deal around an open table.

Prerequisite: Counting Outs

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4. Combos

Get familiar with the ubiquitous hole cards table and learn how the different types of combo that you can be dealt are distributed within it.

Prerequisite: Hand Equity Concept

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5. Preflop Hand Equity Values

Learn and practice how to get a quick estimate of the preflop hand equity value of the most important starting hands.

Prerequisites: Hand Equity Concept, Combos

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6. Flop statistics

Knowing how likely it is that you'll hit the hand you need on the flop will greatly help you make preflop decisions.

Prerequisite: Counting Outs

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