I was gonna do a PAHWM at 2+2, but here goes. Never posted on these forums, so I don't know the jargon or math that well. I had no idea what the (x/y/z) numbers were besides the first "vpip" so this is new to me. Feel free to help there as well.10c/20c home game. $20-$50 buy-in, 6 handed. 5 handed for the mentioned hand. Fairly friendly but competent players. Social alcohol present, nobody's spewey drunk (yet). All players in their 20s, most with families and have stable but not great paying jobs. No pros at the table. Not too much bluffing or aggression for that matter. The ONLY significant raise that I recall is when I rivered a nut flush, got bet into; I raised 3.5x and the villian (SB in mentioned hand) called. The table usually doesn't take into account how much is in the pot, so I see myself going to the river the most and "drawing out" because the pot-odds are there due to the comparitively small bet.Reads* BTN($43): Bought in for 50, lost it, rebout 30 more. Stuck but compitent. Loves donkbetting a pot-sized-bet especially into raised pots on flop in EP. Hasn't been running well and a bit flustered for getting called down light. (50/10/3)SB($45): POW. In for 60 Not all that comfortable with cash games, especially in a semi-compitent line-up. Money is tight for him, only one to buy in for less than $50, bought in for $30 (then rebought for another 30??). I've been at the river 4 times against him in previous games, check called all 4x. Doesn't really initiate action but sure does call a lot. (66/0/0.5)Hero($80): Bought for 50. Is known to be a serious and experienced player, others are more recreational. Was hella bluffy the previous game, and that reputation followed him to this game. Loves to draw because the pot-odds are usually there. I felt a slight "I'm gonna get you" vibe from SB, he wants to outplay/outcard me?? Playing somewhat snug today, (33/20/1.5) Has shown down twice today, once with TT for a 3 bet to which everyone folded, then the rivered nut flush. Other than that, I never show my hands.5 handed.UTG, CO, BTN all call, SB completes. ($1.00)Hero is on BB with
.Hero raises to $2.20
UTG, CO, BTN, SB all call $2.20. ($11.00)Flop SB bets $4Hero raises to $16
UTG smurks and says "who in their right mind is gonna call your $16?"UTG and CO fold.BTN cold calls $16SB completes $12 more. ($59.00)By now this was already the biggest pot of the night.Turn :5sSB checks, I check
,BTN goes all in ＄24.50. ($83.50)
SB says "I'm all in too" and shoves $26.00
($109.50)I'm looking at $26 to win $135.50, So I need to be right a bit more than 1 in 5 times to be profitable? (Let me know if that's right) So obviously I'm behind right now, but to what and how many outs do I have? So against a made flush, I have 7 outs? Against a set I may have to discount
because that also pairs the board. How about non-spade 3's that would give me a wheel? Two remaining Aces? Board pair If both were going nuts with Kx two pair? What changes here if I am against 1 all in rather than 2 all ins? Someone teach me how to do the math on "partial outs" please? All comments welcome. Hopefully not all of them are tl;dr lol.