It is very easy to create your own 온라인홀덤 calculator on your computer, all you need to know is that the mathematical equations have a copy of Microsoft Excel. If you want to get high-tech, you can always look for programs that allow you to put your Excel spreadsheets online and make your desktop calculator an online calculator. Ok, the first step in building your calculator is knowing what mathematical equations you need to get the right results.
The first equations will be for the number of outs you drop to win the hand.
The mathematical equation to determine how many outs you have after seeing the flop for the round is as follows: The number of outs you divide by 47 is the number of unknown cards left. You have 52 cards in the deck, you have 2 in your hand and 3 on the flop, so 52 minus 5 is 47. Let’s say you have a king of spades and the flop comes in spades, ten spades, and four diamonds.
If you take an ace or any nine, you have a straight,
Which gives you a total of eight outs for your straight. There are a total of 13 flush cards in the deck and you now have 4 of them and you’re left with nine outs. However, since there are 2 flush cards considered if you hit a row (an ace and save nine), you must draw those two cards from the nine, giving you seven more outs to hit a flush. So you have a total of 17 outs to win with a straight or a flush.
Since a king or queen can also give you the highest hand with a double
, you have 6 more outs in the same three suits besides the king and queen of diamonds, clubs and cups. So you have 23 outs at best to win the hand. 23/47 will tell you your chances of getting your hand as a percentage. In this case, it is about 49%. Multiply the number you invented by 100 to avoid the decimal system. The equation for the river will be exactly the same, you just divide the number of exits by 46 instead of 47 because for the river there is one less card remaining in the deck. So your river equation would be #output over 46 times 100 to avoid decimals.
If you want to know your chances of getting your hand on the spin or the river,
The equation would look something like this: divided by 1 minus ((47 minus the number of your downs) divided by 47) times ((46 minus the number of downs) (46) times 100. The reason you used a number in the beginning is because without it it’s a percentage chance of not winning instead of a percentage chance of winning. If all these numbers are too messy and complex, you can always use the “on the fly” method to calculate it. If you want to know your chances of winning on the round or river, take the number of exits you have and multiply that number by 4. Came out with only about 4%. To beat your card on turn or river, multiply the number of outs you have by 2.