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Additional Odds for Flush Draw, by hitting two paris or three of a kind, as well - How to calculate Runner-Runner?

Usually runner-runner probability is so low that it won't affect the consideration of pot odds. Thus, in most cases, realistically, you calculate the direct odds. The only exception would be runner-...
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Drawing and pot odds

So in this case let's first count our outs. We have 8 cards that can make us our open ended straight draw, we also have another 7 cards that will make us our flush. So a total of 15. We know of our ...
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side pot scenario

You have 3 pots $40 - player1, player2, player3, player4 $120 - player2, player3, player4 $100 - player3, player4 Hand order 1 - Player1 Player2 tie 9933A 2 - Player3 Player4 tie 3322A Player1 and ...
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Why is it easier to make a flush than a straight with four cards already matching?

Overall it is about twice as hard to make a flush compared to a straight. probability Yes the last mile might be easier for a flush but the first 4 miles are harder. A flush draw has 9 outs (13-4). ...
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Building Pot on Draws

No, the value of raising (or betting a draw) is in winning the pot with the bet, IE a semi bluff or keeping the price of the draw down when you have aggressive players behind you whom will almost ...
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what are the odds of hitting a flush with 2 suited cards before the floop

as a rule of thumb, I always remember that if the hole cards are the same suit, there is around a 6% chance of making a flush by the river. If 3 players are all in, then you would be contributing 25% ...
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Order of drawing cards in 2-7 Triple Draw

In the order you mentioned. Player B will receive their cards first, followed by C next, then D, E and finally A. Example: Player A wants one card, Player B two cards, Player C stand pats, Player D ...
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What to do when deck is exhausted during the first draw of a draw game?

It depends. Cash players, particularly in higher stakes will do things different, different card clubs will do things slightly different. From my experience in the industry there is no unified way, ...
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Are all cards revealed immediately after all possible betting has concluded in Badugi?

Stud draw games cards are only revealed at showdown. Showdown only occurs once all draws and betting rounds have concluded. In your case you mentioned there is no more betting rounds as the players ...
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Am I supposed to deny equity to draws?

I don't think these examples are at odds with each other. The reason why you should raise top-two on a JhTh5c flop is not (primarily) to deny equity. It is to build a pot and get value from your ...
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Taking the second card in poker as the highest card

This is a split pot, as both players have a straight (TJQKA) as their best hand - there are no kickers involved. As mentioned in the comments, there is an existing question here which deals with how ...
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Building Pot on Draws

It would certainly never be a value bet unless you think you are ahead. Mathematically on a draw you want to see cards as cheap as possible every time. It is not the same as call math. On call ...
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Building Pot on Draws

From a strictly pot odds perspective, this would be similar to calling with a draw in that you want there to be enough money going into the pot such that the money you're putting in is at a good "...
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