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 04-06-2012, 10:30 PM #1 old hand   Join Date: Sep 2002 Location: New Jersey Posts: 1,671 Poker Stove (Math Problem) This should be pretty simple for some of you. I have 5h2h in the BB in a passive NL 6 max game. 5 of us see the flop after it was limped. 6h7d8c I lead bet and my opponent snap calls. With a snap call and no raise I can assume that he has a weak made hand. The range of hands I put him on using poker stove include A7s A7o A6s A6o 75s 75o 65s 65o 79s 79o 8Ts J8s A8s A8o 85s 53s I don't put him on a straight or a hand like JTs as these hands wouldn't snap call the flop, so let's say for arguments sake I know my opponent well. Now the turn comes a 6h, giving me a flush draw. I want to be able to eliminate some hands here that I'm sure he will fold if I bet again that I know he called the flop with to see if it's mathematically better that I bet or check and hope he checks or check and fold if he bets. Lets say that if I bet, I know there is a high chance he folds A8o A8s J8s T8s A7s A7o but continues with the rest........... What is my "equity" considering he will drop A7s,A7o 100% of the time and these other hands 80% of the time??
 04-06-2012, 11:55 PM #2 old hand     Join Date: Apr 2010 Location: Where they don't respect my raises Posts: 1,664 Re: Poker Stove (Math Problem) I don't know that I understand the question, but you have problems in the scenario, at least a fouled deck 6h78 flop 6h turn 53s is not a made hand on 678r beyond that, A% you raise and take \$B down now, C% villain flats and you head to the river with D% equity (changing to ??), E% villain raises and Hero?

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