Tag: outs

Sep 24 2021

Poker Tips by George: Odds and Outs – Playing a Draw

Playing hold’em, on the flop you have connected to a drawing hand. It happens often. To be a more consistent winner make good use of your card outs and odds, along with the pot odds. This is especially important in middle/small limit hold’em games, where it is more difficult to scare off opponents with a big semi-bluff bet....

Dec 01 2020

Poker Tips By George: Understanding Outs

Playing hold’em, starting-hand selection is your most important decision; on average, only 25% are playable. Next is whether to invest further in the hand after the flop is opened on the board. At that point, you will have seen over 70% of your final hand. If your starting hand does improve, most often it will be to a drawing hand that still needs...

Nov 20 2020

Poker Tips By George: Know How to Use Your Outs

To be a winner at Texas hold’em, you must learn how to count and use your outs. Outs are the unseen cards (presumably still available in the deck) that will complete your drawing hand after the flop. This applies when you need to catch a card to give you a strong hand – a made hand. The best examples of this are when...

Sep 07 2018

Poker Math and Hand Reading | Q&A Podcast #202

Sep 07 2018 Published at Smart Poker Study Podcast under tags  and breakeven cash games hand

Q1: Poker Math (3:00) Q2: Poker Math and Hand Reading (8:40) Q3: Hand Reading LIVE Unknown Players (15:45) Challenge (20:05) Show Notes with more info, pics and links: http://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod202 Hosted by Sky Matsuhashi, poker player, poker coach and poker author. Please visit my poker strategy website at http://www.smartpokerstudy.com and sign up for the Weekly Boost for weekly strategy, study and poker play tips....

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