*Open Face Chinese Poker -- Single-Event Odds Charts 3-Handed
The master chart has all three players: UTG (first to act), UTG+1 (second to act), and Dealer
(last to act/button). The other three charts separate the individual players out.
Use this chart to determine single-event probability 3-Handed. An example of a single event would be if you had 4 flush cards in the
back row and you wanted to know the odds you will hit your flush. If you are in position (dealer) approaching 8th street,
and your opponents have 3 of your
flush draw outs, there are 6 flush cards left in the deck, and your odds are 83% to make the flush by 13th street.
"ctc" means cards to come, also can refer to the number of pulls left. Approaching 9th street, for example, you would have 5 ctc.
Typical uses of the single-event chart could be: 4-to-flush, gutshot straight straight draw, pairing or tripping up, up-and-down
straight draw, odds to foul. These charts do not cover runner-runner situations like 3-to-flush or 3-to-straight. OFO does have HU runner-runner flush
draw odds HERE and will be developing full runner-runner situations in the near future.
We will be adding some live-scenario illustrations on this page soonn as well.