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POST FLOP DRAWING ODDS 
Outs  	One	Two	One	Two
	Card % 	Card % 	Card	Card
Odds Odds Draw Type
1 2% 4% 46 23 Backdoor Straight or Flush (Requires two cards)
2 4% 8% 22 12 Pocket Pair to Set
3 7% 13% 14 7 One Overcard
4 9% 17% 10 5 Inside Straight / Two Pair to Full House
5 11% 20% 8 4 One Pair to Two Pair or Set
6 13% 24% 6.7 3.2 No Pair to Pair / Two Overcards
7 15% 28% 5.6 2.6 Set to Full House or Quads
8 17% 32% 4.7 2.2 Open Straight
9 19% 35% 4.1 1.9 Flush

10 22% 38% 3.6 1.6 Inside Straight & Two Overcards
11 24% 42% 3.2 1.4 Open Straight & One Overcard
12 26% 45% 2.8 1.2 Flush & Inside Straight / Flush & One Overcard
15 33% 54% 2.1 0.85 Flush & Open Straight / Flush & Two Overcards
 
Example: If you have 4 outs and there is only one card to come your odds are 10:1. 
Therefore for every $1 bet you call you should win $10 to get proper odds. 
Example: The pot is $400 and you have a flush draw. After the flop the only player left
goes all-in for $200. Does it make sense to call?
Your odds of getting the flush in the next two cards are about 2:1. For every $1 you call 
you should win $2. You have to call $200 to win $600. That is 3:1 so you should make the call.

 
ODDS
AGAINST YOUR HOLE CARDS BEING.....
220 Any specific Pocket Pair. (Aces for example) 
16 Any Pair
331 AK Suited
110 AK offsuit
3.25 Any two cards suited
 

 
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