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eBook Calculating Texas Hold'em Poker Odds Made Easy ePub

by Steven C. Roe

  • ISBN: 1598729292
  • Category: Puzzles and Games
  • Subcategory: Entertainment
  • Author: Steven C. Roe
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Instant Publishing Group; First Edition edition (June 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 88
  • ePub book: 1508 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1679 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 178

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Simple Texas Hold'em odds and probabilities for common situations. Contrary to what some poker strategists tend to preach you don’t need to memorize lists of odds and perform complex mathematics to be a winning Hold’em player.

Simple Texas Hold'em odds and probabilities for common situations. Includes preflop odds, outs, and percentages for flush draws, straight draws, and more. However, there are some simple Texas Hold’em odds and probabilities that you should know well when you’re drawing to a hand or want to prevent your opponents from doing so. Here’s the bottom line

Steven Roe has done a significant favor for the Texas Hold'em player who wants to learn how to calculate the odds of hitting his hand but is shaky on the math. While there are other books that cover much of the same material, Roe writes in an easy to read style that I think will appeal to the less knowledgeable player. Roe apparently wrote this volume as a tutorial for his own self-education about Texas Hold'em odds calculations, and it's apparent that he is a good teacher. This book makes calculating poker odds only as complicated as you want it to be. If you want to know the actual numbers, down to the decimal, it's in this book.

Texas Hold’em is easy to learn and the rules are simple, so you can be up and . There are many different forms of Poker Texas Hold'em. That means diligently counting outs, and calculating and comparing card odds and pot odds.

Texas Hold’em is easy to learn and the rules are simple, so you can be up and playing at the tables in no time. They divide into three broad categories of betting structure: limit, pot limit, and no limit. I'll describe the two most common: limit and no limit. Card odds indicate your chances of receiving an out card that makes your hand a winner. Pot odds indicate the value of the pot relative to how much you must bet to win it. When card odds are equal to or better than pot odds, it's reasonable to stay.

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Start by marking Calculating Texas Hold'em Poker Odds Made Easy as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The poker books I have read only devoted about ten pages on poker odds and expected you to memorize tables that seemed meaningless. The illustrations in this book will bring meaning and life to those tables. You will I wrote this book to illustrate and analyze the underlying components of Texas Hold em poker odds so that you will become a better Texas Hold em poker player.

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Poker Odds Chart - Calculating Hand Odds In Texas Holde'em Poker. Your ability to memorize or calculate your hand odds as well as calculate pot odds will lead you to make many of the right decisions in the future - just be sure to remember that fundamental principle of profitably playing drawing hands requires that your pot odds are greater than your hand odds. Poker Odds from the Flop to Turn and Turn to River. An important note I have to make is that many players who understand Hold'em odds tend to forget is that much of the theoretical odds calculations from the flop to the river assume there is no betting on the turn.

Using a Poker odds Calculator. Want to know how far ahead or behind you are in a Texas Hold’em hand against one, two or more opponents? Our poker calculator is the perfect medium for finding out the odds in any given situation. Simply plug in your hand, your opponents’ hands, and the board, and you’ll be on the way to figuring out your next move. Have fun letting your friends know that they made a less than optimal move against you in a home game. Or prove that you made the right play based on the odds shown in the 888poker Poker Calculator.

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This instant poker odds calculator tells your immediate odds of winning or losing in every poker hand - just like you see on TV! Pro poker odds calculator. com’s Poker Odds Calculator is the fastest, most accurate and easy-to-use poker odds calculator online. More on Calculating Poker Hand Odds. Good poker, at its heart, is a mathematical game now and the quicker and more accurately you can calculate proper poker odds in real time, the more empowered you can be to make good decisions at the poker table.

In the poker game Texas Hold’em, how many cards are dealt to each player? . There odds in the game, implied odds and pot odds as well as the odds of your starting hand which I provide below.

In the poker game Texas Hold’em, how many cards are dealt to each player? How did Texas Hold’em take over poker? What is the value of each poker chip in Texas Hold'em? Kenneth John McPherson, Watched and played Poker since it's introduction on TV - "Late Night Poker". Answered Oct 1, 2019 · Author has . k answers and . m answer views. How to calculate Poker Odds. The other factor however is the number of players at the table, if up to 3 the odds then change when it’s up to 6 then a full table. So bear that in mind too.

This is not your typical poker odds calculator. See odds against known cards, random opponents or place players on hand ranges with detailed stats. Welcome to the free online texas hold 'em poker odds calculator. Simulate texas holdem poker situations and see the odds of a winning hand. The poker odds calculator is a useful tool in the study of hold 'em odds. Use the tool to calculate odds for any possible combination of known cards and unknown cards. This includes situations where you don't know the hands of your opponents!

I wrote this book to illustrate and analyze the underlying components of Texas Hold em poker odds so that you will become a better Texas Hold em poker player. The poker books I have read only devoted about ten pages on poker odds and expected you to memorize tables that seemed meaningless. The illustrations in this book will bring meaning and life to those tables. You will be able to make quick decisions about complicated problems. You will have more time to focus on other information, such as: tells, who is a weak player, who is a strong player, who is too aggressive, who will fold their blinds, who will protect their blinds, who will take advantage of the button (position) and who you can make a move against (bluff). You will have the confidence you need to play and compete with the pros.

Comments

Mildorah Mildorah
Steven Roe has done a significant favor for the Texas Hold'em player who wants to learn how to calculate the odds of hitting his hand but is shaky on the math.

While there are other books that cover much of the same material, Roe writes in an easy to read style that I think will appeal to the less knowledgeable player. Roe apparently wrote this volume as a tutorial for his own self-education about Texas Hold'em odds calculations, and it's apparent that he is a good teacher. The book appears to be self-published but is excellent in typography as well as content and appears to be uncommonly free of typos, misspellings, etc.

I can recommend this book without reservations for anyone who wants the least painful approach to this essential subject. There are chapters progressing from "Basic" odds calculations through "Beginner", "Intermediate", and "Advanced" levels. Chapter 5 is devoted to shortcuts in making calculations.

Chapter 6 ("Proper Betting") does a creditable job of explaining how one should size his/her bets in order to make an opponent's call a mistake. This important topic is seldom approached in sufficient detail to make sense to the novice but Roe does a very good job. I wish more Internet players had this information so they could replace many all-in bets with bets appropriately sized to accomplish the objective.

I do have one small quibble. On page 14 and again on page 61, his explanation of calculations when there are two cards to come is unnecessarily complex. I'll not try to explain Roe's method which gives precise results but is tedious in application; instead I will give a simplified method that is good to about 1% probability. Simply multiply the outs by 4 then if the number of outs is greater than 8 subtract the excess over 8. Thus with two cards to come and 13 outs the probability of making your hand is 4x13-5 = 47%.

Comparison with some other books that cover much of the same material is perhaps in order. King Yao ("Weighing the Odds in Hold'em Poker") covers very much the same material, but is both more sophisticated and more difficult to read. Readers who learn to enjoy the math after reading Roe would do well to follow up with a dose of sophistication from Yao. Catalin Barboianu ("Texas Hold'em Odds") is a formulaic approach that might appeal to computer programmers but probably not to most readers. Matthew Hilger ("Texas Hold'em Odds and Probabilities") has more tables of probabilities than any of the others, but leaves the reader uncertain of how to proceed in doing his/her own calculations. Mike Petriv ("Hold'em Odds Book") covers the same ground as does Roe though Petriv focuses a bit more heavily on the math whereas Roe provides the "spoonful of sugar" that makes the medicine go down more easily.

For the novice or mathematically uneasy reader I recommend Roe's book over any of those mentioned above or any other that I have seen.
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The best book out there for counting cards learning odds ect.
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MOQ MOQ
You'll make money if you pay attention and use the calculations in this book. You need to know the odds to be able to put your opponent at a disadvantage. That's exactly what these calculations do.
Atineda Atineda
This book makes calculating poker odds only as complicated as you want it to be. If you want to know the actual numbers, down to the decimal, it's in this book. If you only need to know a quick formula for estimations, that's in there, too. Easy to read. Worth every penny.
Umi Umi
The book has many details and explanations. It is very helpful and interesting.
It is really a very good book
Fordrekelv Fordrekelv
like all subjects,buy a book read it and learn something,usually works huh,well poker is no different,i`m a great player now honest.
Poker odds made easy if you are an accountant (which the author is or was) or a mathematician. Quite frankly I couldn't get past the first few chapters without being completely confuddled.