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To Draw or Not to Draw

It is such a challenge for most Texas hold'em players when faced with situations that needed immediate decisions. One slight mistake could make him win or lose.

In order to help the player, make the right decision, he needs to know the factors that would keep him on track of his play. These factors could make or break the player's game.

One way to check if a player can make a call in Texas Hold'em, is to check his odds and pot odds. A player should count his outs and evoke the equivalent break-even pot odds. Pot odds should be counted and compared with the break-even pot odds. If there are enough pot odds, the player can call. If the pot odds is not sufficient enough, the estimated implied odds can determine if the player can call.

Of course, there is always a possibility for error when estimating implied odds, so it is important to know the game of the other players in order to make the right decision in the end. If the player disregards his implied odds, there is a tendency for him to fold frequently. If the player overdoes estimating his implied odds, the tendency is for him to call frequently.

It is advisable for the player to not to go further than the turn when faced with a flop. A player may over estimate sometimes and it would cause a likely inaccurate result especially when the pot is large. Avoid the temptation and play your cards, not the pot.

The player's position should also be taken into consideration in making a possible raise. This raise may lower a player's pot odds, specifically if another player made a raise earlier is yet to act after him. The player should consider folding if his implied odds are close but a possibility of a raise from another player will follow suit.

Position matters because a player may think of making a correct call but another player suddenly raises behind him, his pot odds will shrink. In this case, the player could be making a big mistake or a bad call even if he thinks he has the pot odds to call.

Another concern is when other players, with lower limits, would try to rationalize illegal draws with the reason that they still have implied odds, even if there are no such implied odds that existed. These players couldn't resist calling because they don't want to lose, but actually they are on the process of losing the game.