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Short Stack Strategy: Odds & Outs

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Strategy: No Limit

Short Stack Strategy: Odds & Outs

In this Video

- What cards will help you?
- Learning to weigh risk against reward
- Not every helpful card really is helpful
- Outs
- Odds
- Pot odds

Outs – What cards will help me?

- Example A

- Your outs

- Example B

- Your outs

Outs – More Examples

- Flush draw9 outs

- OESD8 outs

- Two overcards6 outs

- A pair with a chance of a 3oak / 2 pairs5 outs

- Gutshot4 outs

Odds – What Probability does the Draw have?

- Example A

- Odds = unhelpful cards: helpful cards
- Unhelpful cards = unknown cards – helpful cards
- Flop/turn odds = (47 – outs) : outs

Outs and Odds

Pot Odds – Can I play my Hand profitably?

- Example A

- Pot before opponent’s bet: $10
- Opponent’s bet: $2
- Possible profit for you: $12
- Bet you have to place for this: $2
- Pot odds = possible profit : bet to be placed
- If the pot odds are better than the odds of an incomplete hand, one will make long-term profit. If they are worse, one will make long-term loss.

Discounted / Modified Outs

- Example A

- Your Outs

- Opponents

- Your discounted outs

- Opponent

- Your discounted outs

Conclusion

- OddsUnhelpful cards: Helpful cards
- Pot oddsPossible profit: Bet
- When is it profitable to play a draw?

Good Luck!