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Old Oct 31, 2011, 1:06pm   #4
evandijk70
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Originally Posted by Ozone View Post
You need 35.9% pot equity to be able to call.
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How you can mess up the math so horrendously as a professional poker player is beyond me xD

For a pot-sized bet (which is the maximum in Pot Limit Omaha), you need 33.3% pot equity to call. To call this bet you need 26.4% pot equity

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Not an omaha player, but I would probably pot the turn. It truly is a horrendous spot, and I agree with Ozone that he almost has to have JT.. If you disregard bluffs you need to call when you suspect that a little over half of his bets are straights to the ten. I'm thinking that is probably not a reasonable assumption, so I guess a fold is best.
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