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Remedial Math

by John Vorhaus |  Published: Jun 27, 2012


Being the stud or studette poker player that you are, you probably don’t need a refresher course in basic Texas hold’em math, but since you might accidentally leave this magazine where a newbie may find it, let’s do that earnest striver a favor and review a few fundamental numbers. Accompanying this column you’ll find some charts that even experienced players will find useful to refer to from time to time. Cut ‘em out, stick ‘em in your wallet and review ‘em between hands. With a little bit of study, you won’t need them at all any more, and then you can leave them where the newbies will find them. In hold’em, as we know, we often need to know the chances of certain cards presenting themselves to us on the flop, turn, or the river. For instance, to figure out if you’re getting the right price to call a bet, ...

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