Open-ended Straight Draw

Open-ended straight draw

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Posted by: Ivan


An open-ended straight draw is when you have four consecutive cards, so you only miss one card on either end of your card combination to make a straight.

For example, you’re holding 5-6 in your hand and the community board after the flop reads A, 4, 7. This means you have an open-ended straight draw of 4, 5, 6, and 7, and you only need an 8 or a 3 on the turn (fourth street) or the river to complete your straight.

Ivan Potocki

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