Originally Posted by ServerBTest002
Sorry for the double post, but I found another error :P
Page 117, just before the table...
When you hold a suited hand instead of an offsuit hand. your preflop equity generally increases by about 4%
It should be 2%...
Also in the table there is a notable error imho...
2 overcards vs 2 undercards... you picked a wrong example and you said it's a flip.... 2 overcards vs 2 undercards should be AKo vs 87o for example which is close to 60/40... this is one of the best cases, since for example AKo vs 82o is 32/68 ... which is notally different than 55/45
Hey ServerB. I'm glad to see you're putting a lot of effort into the material. You'll certainly benefit from it, and I appreciate you making the effort to let me know about things you find. I do, however, want to point out a paragraph at the end of the About this Book section.
"Finally, you'll notice Iím rounding numbers and using estimates in most of the math I present in this book. This book is designed for practical use at the poker table. My goal is not precision three places to the right of the decimal."
The .24 and .76, I probably didn't bother to look up in PokerStove.
The offsuit equity to suited equity varies depending on what you run.
If you run a hand like AdKh vs. 7s6d and compare it to AdKh vs. 7s6s, you'll find the difference very close to 4%. Other examples will be 3, and, as you mentioned, other examples will be 2. I've honestly never taken the time to run the entire range of possibilities to find what the average is.
2 undercards vs. 2 overcards certainly is a typo. I meant to write Pair vs. 2 overcards as the example and equity indicate. I'll get that fixed. Thanks.