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Lotto Annihilator Review

oleh willam princy (2019-05-18)

Knowing our draw odds is only half the info though. Next we Lotto Annihilator need to know our "pot odds". The pot as we said is now $115 and will cost us $90 to make the call. Expressed in a ratio is 115:90 or 1.28:1 (for our purposes in the heat of the moment you could work with a ballpark figure so 90 goes into 115 about 1 and a third times so ballpark=1.3:1) and that's our pot odds.

Now basically we need to have a pot odds ratio that's bigger than the draw odds ratio to make this a positive expectation call (positive/negative expectation means that if you add up every time you ever make this call in this situation will you show a gain or loss on average)? So lets total it up: if we know we will lose this hand about 5 out of 6 times (again a usable ballpark to simplify instead of 5.25 out of 6.25) then that equals 5 loses times $90 each for a total of -$450 compared with the 1 time out of 6 we win the $115 pot for a total of $115. So at the end of the six hands we would show a loss of $335 or an average loss of $55.83 per hand, so in a nutshell this is a negative expectation call so you'd be best to fold.