Pot Odds - Working with percentages
A solid opponent raises preflop from middle position, and you call from the button with K♥Q♥. The flop is A♥5♥4♠, and your opponent check-raises all-in your semi-bluff flop bet.
There is 80$ in the pot, including your bet and your opponent’s all-in, and you have to call 40$ more to match his bet. What should you do?
You are on the big blind with J♠J♦. An unknown player raises from the cut-off to 3bb, what should you do?
You have an effective stack of 200bb and open-raise under the gun with A♦Q♠. You get called by a player in middle position and by the button. The flop comes A♣J♦7♠. There are about 10bb in the pot. You decide to make a c-bet of 7.5bb and the first player calls, while the button folds.
The turn is a blank, the 4♣, and with 25bb in the pot, you decide to bet 20bb. Your opponent raises you to 60bb. What should you do?
You are on the button with Q♥J♥. A player from middle position open-raises and the cut-off and you both call.
The flop comes A♥7♥6♣, the first player bets half pot, and you both call. The turn brings the 6♠, the first player bets full pot, enough to put you all-in, and the second calls.
There are 110$ in the pot including your opponents' bets and you need 25$ to call. What should you do?