Pot Odds & Probability – Texas Holdem Strategy Lesson – Poker

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Video Description
In this video, I cover pot odds and probability for poker. Specifically, No-Limit Texas Hold’em pot odds and basic poker math.

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10 thoughts on “Pot Odds & Probability – Texas Holdem Strategy Lesson – Poker

  1. Does anyone knows what is the first song playing in the video? i would really appreciate it if someone help me out.

  2. If somebody is searching for poker probability they probably understand probability. Not useful.

  3. I actually prefer to use percentages. This is a carry over from political science. Expected Utility is equal to the Possible Gain multiplied by Probability of Gain, minus the Possible Loss multiplied by Probability of loss.
    Or (E)U = (PG*pg) – (PL*pl)
    If (E)U is greater than zero, it's a good bet. If it's less than or equal to zero, it's a bad bet. Of course, successful use of this equation depends on accurate estimations of the probability of winning or losing.

  4. Where the love is the poker tuition ? Wasted 10 mins of my life watching this, and another 5 minutes typing this.

  5. "You gotta know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em. Know when to walk away, know when to run…"

  6. This was a big disappointment. You gave us a 2nd grade math lesson with nothing really applicable to the table.

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