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Mistake in on of the courses - Fri Jul 05, 2013, 11:42 AM
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Since: Feb 2012
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Hey,

In the Cash Game Course "Pot Odds and Expected Value" it says:

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Example with the nut flush draw:
You have the nut flush draw (nine outs) on the flop and the pot is $4. Your opponent bets $1. There is now $5 in the pot ($4 + $1), and it is $1 to call. The pot odds are therefore 5:1.

According to the chart above, your odds are 4:1 to hit your flush draw. The pot odds are higher. You should therefore call.

You can see why this call is correct by looking at the long-term picture. If you make this call four times, mathematics says that you will hit your draw once. That means you will win $5 for every $4 (4 * $1) you invest. That is good business.
In the underlined sentence it should say "If you make this call five times ...".

Am I really the first one to notice that? Or am I just the only one reading the courses

Greets
 
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Fri Jul 05, 2013, 01:14 PM
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*Moved to PSO support* Fadyen

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