I thought about how to make this week’s post interactive, so I thought this might be interesting, part of this was taken from an on-line discussion I was recently introduced to on Facebook, so I decided to repost the following question to you all and get your thoughts and comments…
Also, courtesy of Last Call Poker League, I thought I would re-post this handy outs/odds chart for your viewing pleasure.
Blinds are 500/1000, table is 7 handed, you limp in early position with AcTc (clubs), everyone else folds except the two blinds leaving 3,000 chips in the middle. The flop comes out Jc6c2s (for the purposes of this quiz we are not calculating any type of implied odds or the stack the SB has behind).
- How many outs could we have?
- How many outs should we count on?
- What is our percentage to win the hand at this point?
- The SB leads out with a bet on that flop and the BB folds.
- What is the maximum bet we should call and still have the proper pot odds to call?
Please post your answers, or discussion points…