## Pot Odds For An Open Ended Straight Draw - PokerTube.

You might think the odds are in your favor after hitting a straight, but if you’re not careful you may be drawing dead without a chance to win the hand. If you’re up against three of a kind, a straight only has a 62% chance to win, and if you have the sucker end of a straight you may not have any odds to win at all. Say you’re in a hand against four other players and a flop of 5c-6h-7d.

The player has a straight draw with 2,3,4,5 that will be completed by any ace or six. The probability that the turn card is an ace or six is around 17.4% The probability that the player will have a straight by the river is around 31.5%.

The odds of you hitting your open-ended straight draw are 39:8 or approximately 4.9:1 (there are 8 cards that give you your straight and 39 that don’t out of the 47 cards you haven’t seen). These are the odds you need in order to make the call.

Open-Ended Straight Draw Possessing four consecutive cards whereby one additional (consecutive) card is needed at either end to make a straight. E.g., in hold'em you have and the flop comes.

When you look at it from the point of view where you have five random cards, it's less likely that they will form a flush than a straight. So, it's more difficult to even get the four-flush than the open-ended straight draw. The odds for getting a flush are 508:1, and to get a straight it's 254:1.

Gutshot, bellybuster and inside straight draw are all terms used to describe a hand in which the player is drawing at a single card rank to make a straight. By definition, this is at best a four-out draw (there might be fewer outs if one or more of the necessary cards is already dead). For example, in a game of Hold 'em the player holds:. and the flop comes.

If you have an inside (or gutshot) straight draw, you have 4 outs because you need just one specific card value and there are 4 of each card value in the deck. Double that to get an 8% chance to hit the straight on the turn and multiply it by 4 to get a 16% chance to hit it by the river.