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# OwenGainesPokerMath

### Owen Gaines Poker Math Questions & Answers

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What are the two keys to good poker? | |

Into what two sections can we break up accurate assumptions? | |

Which of the two keys to good poker is developed mostly through playing experience? | |

On which of the two keys to good poker should beginners spend a lot of time? | |

How can we use mathematics in poker? | |

What is an 80 times stack in a NL25 game? | |

If you wanted to have a 40 buy-in bankroll for the NL50 game, how much money would you need? | |

If a NL25 player went on a 15 buy-in downswing, how much money did he lose? | |

Is a $100 bet large or small? | |

How would a player refer to a $50 bet into a $100 pot? | |

If you wanted to make a 2/3 bet into a $12 pot, what would the amount be? | |

If the pot is $80, and your opponent bets $50, how much money would you put in to make a pot-size raise? | |

If the pot is $12, and your opponent bets $10, how much money would you put in to make a pot-size raise? | |

How much would a player make if he played NL10 for 5,000 hands at 12 bb/100? | |

If you played 10,000 hands but tilted off 1 buy-in, by how many bb/100 would that impact your win rate over that number of hands? | |

How should most players view the micro-stakes? | |

How can you determine how much you pay for your poker education? | |

Why can it be a bad thing when a new player makes a lot of money right away? | |

Convert 1/4 to a ratio. | |

Convert 1/8 to a percentage. | |

Convert 5:1 to a fraction. | |

Convert 2:1 to a percentage. | |

Convert 9:2 to a fraction. | |

What are the odds against rolling a 1 or a 2 when rolling one die? | |

What is the probability of rolling two 4s when rolling two dice? | |

Someone has the four As face down on a table. You have one chance to try to pick the A♠. If you pick it correctly, they’ll pay you $3. If you do not, you pay $1. What is the EV of this wager? | |

There are three cups upside down on a table. Underneath one is a green ball. Underneath another is a red ball. Underneath another is an orange ball. If you pick green, you win $5. Pick red, you lose $2. Pick orange, you lose$1.WhatIsTheEVOfPickingOne? | |

Someone holds out a deck of cards. If you pick out a K, they’ll give you $10. If you do not, you owe them $1. What is the EV of this wager? | |

Someone holds out a deck of cards. If you pick out a spade, they will give you $4. However, if you pick out the A♠, they’ll give you $20. It will cost you $1 to draw. What is the EV of this wager? | |

Someone gives you two dice. They offer to pay you $37 if you roll two 6s. However, it will cost you $1 a roll. What is the EV of this wager? | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: 8♦J♥ Villain: K♦A♦ Board: 5♣Q♦K♥A♥ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: 3♣3♦ Villain: A♣J♣ Board: J♦8♦2♥A♠ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: K♠9♠ Villain: J♠J♥ Board: 4♥8♥6♦A♣ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: 5♣7♣ Villain: K♦J♦ Board: J♥6♥9♥2♦ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: A♦J♠ Villain: 7♠8♠ Board: 7♥5♥2♣4♣ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: 7♣6♣ Villain: A♣Q♣ Board: Q♠8♥7♦K♣ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: 6♥7♠ Villain: A♠Q♠ Board: 4♠7♦Q♦2♠ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: 5♥6♥ Villain: A♥J♥ Board: 8♦9♦2♥K♥ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: Q♦K♥ Villain: A♠J♠ Board: J♦2♥T♣J♣ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: 6♣7♦ Villain: K♦K♣ Board:Q♣8♦4♦T♠ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: A♠J♥ Villain: K♥K♠ Board: 2♥8♦9♦7♣ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: T♣8♣ Villain: K♦4♦ Board: K♥9♠Q♠6♥ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: T♥T♠ Villain: A♥4♥ Board: T♣3♥8♥K♥ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: 7♠8♠ Villain: 9♥A♥ Board: 9♠K♣A♣T♠ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: 8♣6♣ Villain: A♣A♦ Board: 6♦4♠7♣T♥ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: A♦A♥ Villain: 8♦9♣ Board: 8♠T♠4♥9♥ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: 6♥7♥ Villain: J♦J♥ Board: 3♥9♥4♣A♠ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: A♠5♠ Villain: A♥7♥ Board: A♦6♣3♥Q♠ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: A♠Q♣ Villain: 5♣5♦ Board: J♥6♥8♦J♠ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: J♠J♥ Villain: 5♠5♦ Board: A♦A♣5♣6♣ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: K♣T♣ Villain: 6♣6♦ Board: 4♣4♦9♦4♠ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: 4♠5♠ Villain: A♥8♦ Board: 5♦A♠9♣ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: 6♣8♣ Villain: J♦J♥ Board: 6♥7♦2♠ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: A♥2♠ Villain: A♠T♥ Board: A♦A♣Q♣5♣ | |

Answer how many outs the hero has? Hero: 4♣5♣ Villain: A♣T♥ Board: 3♣6♣K♣T♣ | |

Estimate the hero's equity for the following hands.You can use Pokerstove to see how you did. Hero: 8♣9♣ Villain: A♣J♥ Board: 7♦8♦2♠A♠ | |

Estimate the hero's equity for the following hands.You can use Pokerstove to see how you did. Hero: A♣A♥ Villain: 5♥6♥ Board: 7♦8♦2♠A♠ | |

Estimate the hero's equity for the following hands.You can use Pokerstove to see how you did. Hero: 3♣3♦ Villain: J♦J♥ Board: 3♠5♣5♦ | |

Estimate the hero's equity for the following hands.You can use Pokerstove to see how you did. Hero: 9♦6♦ Villain: J♦J♥ Board: 3♠5♣5♦2♦ | |

Estimate the hero's equity for the following hands.You can use Pokerstove to see how you did. Hero: 9♦6♦ Villain: Q♦Q♥ Board: 7♣8♣2♠ | |

Estimate the hero's equity for the following hands.You can use Pokerstove to see how you did. Hero: Q♦Q♥ Villain: A♥J♥ Board: 7♣8♣2♠J♦ | |

Answer call or fold. Hero: 8♣9♣ Villain: A♣J♥ Board: 7♦8♦2♠A♠ Pot was $10, and villain goes all-in for $5. | |

Answer call or fold. Hero: A♣A♥ Villain: 5♥6♥ Board: 7♦8♦J♠ Pot was $24. Hero goes all-in for $28. What should villain do? | |

Answer call or fold. Hero: A♣Q♦ Villain: J♦J♥ Board: 3♠5♣5♦ Pot was $10. Villain goes all-in for $6.50. | |

Answer call or fold. Hero: 9♦6♦ Villain: J♦J♥ Board: 3♠5♣5♦2♦ Pot was $20. Villain goes all-in for $10. | |

Hero: 9♦6♦ Villain: A♣J♥ Board: 7♦8♦2♠A♠ The pot was $10. Villain bet $15. How much more do you need? | |

Hero: 9♣3♣ Villain: A♥A♣ Board: 7♦8♦J♠4♣ The pot was $10. Villain bet $10. How much more do you need? | |

Hero: A♣Q♦ Villain: J♦J♥ Board: 3♠5♣5♦ The pot was $10. Villain bet $8. How much more do you need assuming you see the river with no further turn betting? | |

Hero: 8♦J♥ Villain: AA Board: 5♣Q♦K♥A♥ How many combinations are there in villain's range? | |

Hero: 3♣3♦ Villain: AJ Board: J♦8♦2♥A♠ How many combinations are there in villain's range? | |

Hero: K♠9♠ Villain: JJ Board: 4♥8♥6♦A♣ How many combinations are there in villain's range? | |

Hero: 5♣7♣ Villain: AJ, 66 Board: J♥6♥9♥2♦ How many combinations are there in villain's range? | |

Hero: A♦J♠ Villain: AA Board: 7♥5♥2♣4♣ How many combinations are there in villain's range? | |

Hero: 7♣6♣ Villain: ATs Board: Q♠8♥7♦K♣ How many combinations are there in villain's range? | |

Hero: 6♥7♠ Villain: QQ, A♦3♦ Board: 4♠7♦Q♦2♠ How many combinations are there in villain's range? | |

Hero: 5♥6♥ Villain: 99, QJ Board: 8♦9♦2♥K♥ How many combinations are there in villain's range? | |

Hero: Q♦K♥ Villain: AJ Board: J♦2♥T♣J♣ How many combinations are there in villain's range? | |

Hero: 6♣7♦ Villain: AQ, 88 Board: Q♣8♦4♦T♠ What percentage of the time does the villain have a set? |