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 up against two relatively loose opponents with position. You are holding T♣9♥, and on the turn, the board is A♦8♥7♣2♠.
The first opponent bets 75$, and the second calls. There are 250$ in the pot, and you have a total of 225$ more left, while your opponents have you covered. What should you do?
Which of the following situation would favor a polarized 3-bet range like above meaning 3-betting with the top and bottom parts of your continuing hands (hands in blue) while calling with the middle hands (hands in green), over a merged 3-bet range?