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Strategy: No Limit. Short Stack Strategy: Implied Pot Odds . Introduction. What are implied pot odds? What affects your implied pot odds?. What Are Implied Pot Odds?. Implied pot odds = (current pot + future bets from your opponents) : your bet. Example Flush draw in free play

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Strategy: No Limit

Short Stack Strategy: Implied Pot Odds


Introduction

  • What are implied pot odds?

  • What affects your implied pot odds?


What Are Implied Pot Odds?

  • Implied pot odds =

    (current pot + future bets from your opponents) : your bet

  • Example

    • Flush draw in free play

    • Current pot: $0.40

    • Bet from your opponent: $0.20

    • New pot: $0.60

    • Your bet: $0.20 -> Pot odds 3:1

    • Odds for your draw: 4:1

    • Typical action: fold

    • Pot to continue playing: $0.80 (4:1 odds)

    • Assessment of your opponent?


What affects your implied pot odds?

  • How loose is your opponent?

  • How much strength is your opponent showing?

  • How obvious is your hand?

  • Do you have position on your opponent?

  • Are you on the flop or turn?

  • How big are the stacks involved in the hand?


Summary

  • You have better implied pot odds if:

    • … your opponent shows strength

    • … your hand is not so obvious

    • … it is hard for your opponent to lay down their hand

    • … you are on the flop and not on the turn

    • … you are in position

  • Do not overvalue implied pot odds!

Good luck!


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