If you continue with the previous
example of the Texas Hold'em game you can make the following
calculation. When the flop there are 5 of the 52 cards are known,
the remaining 47 cards are thus available.
The ratio of your outs and the available maps is in this example 15: 47 This is equivalent to 1: 3.1, or 32% chance of the making of a combination at the next card. This is the highest percentage so a good reason to continue to play in most situations.
Also depends on the probability of improvement depends on the number of cards which are still coming. The more cards are still to come, the greater the chance that you'll make your combination, because every card is still a chance.
Does not the saving card on the one round he might fall at the next. Unfortunately, you have to keep an extra round with it and thus put money into the pot.
Furthermore, you must of course keep an eye on whether the combination that you hope to be able to do to win. If an opponent already has a flush, it matters little that you might have a pair of aces can because that will win you do not join. So keep an eye on what combinations are possible when your opponents and look at their work behavior.
So you have to keep an eye on how many tickets are still available for the cards you need. These cards available that can improve your combination we call outs . If you have multiple cards at the same time need to use a combination of your opportunities are quickly very small.
So you sit outs between the unknown cards. Some of those out, the dealer still owned and some are in the hands of your opponents. For the probability it makes no difference.
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