if there are 4 diamonds on the board? And there is only 1 other person in the hand, what are odds that other person has atleast 1 diamond in his hand?
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10132013, 06:17 PM #1
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if there are 4 diamonds on the board?
Last edited by PokerTony; 10132013 at 08:06 PM.

10132013, 06:20 PM #2
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due the math ..total number of cards plus total number of players on table plus total amount of diamonds in the deck..try it out..lol

10132013, 06:53 PM #3
fold fold fold fold fold fold fold fold ccheck raise all in

10132013, 08:53 PM #4
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not enough information how was the hand played out and based on the player your playing against more information is needed

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10132013, 09:06 PM #6
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You know 7 cards. Your 2 and the 5 on the board. (The number of other players does not change this.) There are 45 other cards and 9 are Diamonds. 1 in 5 is 20%. He has 2 cards so 2 in 5 is 40%
Of course the action of the hand should give you some idea of what he might have. Did he play like he was on a draw? Was he agressive until the 4th Diamond hit. Is he a bluffer or trapper? That should tell you more than worrying about pot odds.

10132013, 09:35 PM #7
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It's 50/50. Either he does or he doesn't. Ha Ha Ha... Sorry, little punchy, just got runner runnerred to lose a tournament AJo > QQ with a Q on the flop. It all went in post flop too... +1 to mawoyto

10132013, 10:12 PM #8
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13 Diamonds in a deck, minus 4 on the table, equals 9 outs.
9 outs out of 52 cards in a deck, Minus the 7 cards that are already seen by you ( 5 on table, 2 Hole )
9/45 = 20%
So basically, about 1/5
All this is assuming you do not hold one in your hands as well.
Edit : As posted while I was posting is right ! I forgot to double up considering he has 2 cards.
40% is right.Last edited by qcnb; 10132013 at 10:21 PM.

10142013, 04:24 AM #9
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You've definitely gotten the math answer to your question but it comes down to this, how did your opponent play the hand. More information is needed.

10142013, 10:04 AM #10
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it is not only this hand but other hands as well factor into this decision. there was a lot of info left out of the question for a solid answer but they supply you with the math you needed.