## Calculation check?

So I've gotten into a few large pots with one player in particular. I'm not seeking him out, but we've ended up at the same table in two different sessions now. They are large pots on purpose because I'm sure I've got the better hand when the money goes in and I grossly overbet knowing he'll keep calling.

I have 196 hands on him. He's 86/29/2. He sees just about every flop no matter the raise. He'll call down with any piece of the board.

Hand 1- \$0.01/\$0.02 No Limit Holdem
PokerStars
4 Players

Stacks:
CO (\$7.53)
BTN (\$4.94)
SB (\$2.98)
Hero (\$5.80)

Pre-Flop: (\$0.03, 4 players) Hero is BB
CO raises to \$0.04, BTN calls \$0.04, SB calls \$0.03, Hero raises to \$0.30, CO goes all-in \$7.53, BTN folds, SB folds, Hero goes all-in \$5.50

Flop: (\$13.41, 2 players, 2 all-in)

Turn: (\$13.41, 2 players, 2 all-in)

River: (\$13.41, 2 players, 2 all-in)

Villain loves to min-raise. He has yet to fold to one of my re-raises no matter the size (though I haven't shoved fully against him yet). Only two hands are ahead of me at this point. At the time, I hadn't done the math, I just figured given his stats, I'm ahead here way more than behind and I call.

I'm just starting with the calculations and trying to figure out when calls are profitable or not. I don't fully understand it all. But I ran this hand in Pokerstove.

Pokerstove's output is as follows:
equity / win / tie
Hand 0: 69.660% / 68.80% / 00.86% / { QdQh }
Hand 1: 30.340% / 29.48% / 00.86% / { TT+, KJs+, QJs, JTs, 98s, 87s, 76s, KJo+, QJo, JTo }

I've added the small connectors to his opening range because I've seen him show up with them in past hands with me and others.

So I have 69% equity in the hand. I need to be getting better than 50% for this to be +EV if my calculations are right -- 5.50/(5.50+5.50) = .5 (just showing the math for verification)

Given the range I've put him on this looks like a +EV call. Any issues with my calculations or even my range?

I was going to post three hands in particular, but this got longer than expected. I think it's best to stick to one hand/thread. Anyway, as I said, I'm just now getting to where I'm plugging in numbers into Pokerstove and trying to understand the concepts of equity/pot odds and +/-EV moves. I'm somewhat math retarded so I've got a definite lack of confidence that I'm getting this.

Thanks.