# river bluff math

Red Chipper Posts: 14 ✭✭
on the river there is 5 in the pot and vill leads out for 1...when raising to 4 should i consider it risking 4 to win 6 or is it risking 4 to win 10(total pot)
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• Red Chipper Posts: 1,580 ✭✭✭✭
4 to win 10 for simple MDF/alpha numbers

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6
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• Red Chipper Posts: 14 ✭✭
thanks
• Red Chipper Posts: 1,580 ✭✭✭✭
TheGameKat wrote: »
6

pot odds = risk / (risk+reward)

pot odds = 4 / (4+6)
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edited July 2020
I know. I assumed OP was using the terminology of CORE where reward is by definition 6; i.e., the amount we win.
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• Red Chipper Posts: 1,580 ✭✭✭✭
TheGameKat wrote: »
I know. I assumed OP was using the terminology of CORE where reward is by definition 6; i.e., the amount we win.

I don't really understand this but I also don't know anything about your CORE terminology :)
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kenaces wrote: »
TheGameKat wrote: »
I know. I assumed OP was using the terminology of CORE where reward is by definition 6; i.e., the amount we win.

I don't really understand this but I also don't know anything about your CORE terminology :)

Oh it's transparent, kenaces, a mongoose is a 3-bet unless you're OOP in which case it's an aardvark.
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• Red Chipper Posts: 1,580 ✭✭✭✭
TheGameKat wrote: »
kenaces wrote: »
TheGameKat wrote: »
I know. I assumed OP was using the terminology of CORE where reward is by definition 6; i.e., the amount we win.

I don't really understand this but I also don't know anything about your CORE terminology :)

Oh it's transparent, kenaces, a mongoose is a 3-bet unless you're OOP in which case it's an aardvark.

Of course :)