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Reverse Implied Odds

Reverse Implied Odds

Reverse implied odds refers to the amount that can potentially be lost in a particular hand. For example, the deeper the stacks, the higher reverse implied odds.

Example: I chose not to call with my TPTK due to reverse implied odds.


Created by BooG690 on 2 Sep, 2009
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