## TIGHT UTG OPEN vs CO FLAT Exercise

UTG TIGHT OPEN COMBOS

PAIRS: 22-AA 78combos

SC's: 8combos

SUITED ACES: 16 combos

OFFSUIT ACES: 36combos

SUITED BROADWAYS: 16 combos

OFFSUITE BWs: 12 combos

TOTAL 166 combos

BOARD RUNS OUT Ad 7h 2s

UTG cbetting range 100%

how does the board change his combos?

PAIRS: 22-AA 78combos -9 for sets = 69

SC's: 8combos same same

SUITED ACES: 16 combos - 4 combos = 12

OFFSUIT ACES: 36combos - 9 combos = 27

SUITED BROADWAYS: 16 combos same

OFFSUITE BWs: 12 combos same

148 combos

SETS: 6% of range

TOP PAIR: 26%

Second pair (better than 7x): 24%

UTG C-BETS 7 into 10, you have to be correct 41% of the time to make the call in a vacuum, no turn, no river cards.

Imagine we have pocket 8s. Should we float?

To calculate the equity of our hand we need to consider at 4 scenarios:

You are ahead and he sucks out

You are ahead and we win

You are behind and suck out

You are behind and lose

Scenario 1 and 2:

88 vs 33-66, KJS+, QJs, JTs, T9s, 98s, KQo (44% of his cbetting range)

EV\$ for hero \$8.46

EV\$ for villain \$2.10

EV of when we are ahead +\$6.36

Scenario 3 and 4:

88vs SETS, TOP PAIR, Second pair (56% of cbetting range)

EV\$ for hero \$1.07

EV\$ for villain \$12.25

EV when behind -\$11.18

Total EV = -11.18+6.36 = -4.82

No you cannot float with 88!

LESSON: DO NOT FLOAT/PLAY BACK against STRONG RANGES Â

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