## How do you calculate pre flop odds?

Example 1: Using Pot Odds Preflop

- Step 1: Calculate the final pot size if you were to call.
- Step 2: Divide the size of the call by the size of the final pot.
- Step 3: Multiply by 100 to get the percentage.
- Step 4: Assess whether your hand has enough equity to call.

### What are the odds of the flop being 3 of a kind?

7.5/1

7. Three of a kind. If you already have a pair, the odds of flopping a set (three of a kind) are only 7.5/1 – so make sure you only play small pairs cheaply, and only if the pot is worth it.

**How are PLO odds calculated?**

Finding our pot odds: When you are facing a raise on any street; take all the money that is currently in the pot, and add to that the bet you are facing, then divide this total by the bet you are facing. These are your immediate pot odds.

**Is AK better than AA?**

AKs will win 12.1% (actually 12.1404844) of the time against AA, so you’ll need 7.24 : 1 odds to call. AKs will win 34.1% (actually 34.106385315) of the time against KK. The chances you are against AA is the same as KK, so your weighted odds of winning are 23.12343486%, requiring pot odds of 3.32 : 1.

## What are the odds of Making a flush on the river?

When holding a Flush draw, there are always 9 cards remaining in the deck that can complete our Flush draw. Here we will use the simple trick of calculating the probability of not hitting our Flush draw and then subtracting from 100%. Therefore the odds of making a Flush by the river is (100% – 65%) roughly 35%.

### What are the odds of getting a flush?

We can now calculate the probability of a flush as 5108/2,598,960 = 0.1965%. This probability is approximately 1/509. So in the long run, one out of every 509 hands is a flush.

**How are pots calculated in PLO?**

Unfortunately, calculating exactly how much the “pot limit” is in PLO is less straightforward than it might seem….In other words, the pot size is defined as:

- the amount in the pot before your opponent bet PLUS.
- your opponent’s bet PLUS.
- the amount you would have to put in to call.

**Is ace-king suited harder to get than aces?**

Here’s an overview of some of the notable percentages when it comes to pocket aces: 92%: Percent of the time that pocket aces will beat ace-king pre-flop. 81%: Percent that pocket aces will beat pocket kings pre-flop. 76%: Percent that pocket aces will beat 8-7 suited pre-flop.

## Is KK better than AK?

Of course KK is a much better holding, but they are both very strong hands. KK is better than AK because of many reasons, it is already a made hand, and a very strong one at that. AK has to hit a board to be any good, that being said if you happen to that 1/3 chance to hit a Ace then AK is almost unbeatable against KK.