Poker contains a lot of repetitive math, especially when studying poker hands away from the table. While you can use software to do a lot of this math, sometimes a good ‘ol fashioned spreadsheet is the best way to visualize and play with the numbers. So to save you a tremendous amount of time, I put together this pack of my spreadsheets that you are free to use while exploring spots!
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To be sure that you are on the right track using these sheets, and putting the right numbers into the right cells, I put together this list of free poker videos where I show how to use each one. Enjoy!
All-In EV Spreadsheet
This is my most popular spreadsheet that breaks down the EV of spots where you commit (either by calling or shoving).
Multiway All-In EV Spreadsheet
Looking for the EV when the pot could go multi-way after you commit? Look no further than this complex sheet.
Basic EV Spreadsheet
A very simple EV calculator that requires three numbers: how often you expect to win (usually your equity %), the upside of winning, and the downside of losing. Pretty simple!
Compare Basic EVs Spreadsheet
Very similar to the basic EV spreadsheet, but this time you can run multiple EV calculations at once and compare them side-by-side. This is especially useful for looking at a few simplified bet sizing options.
Breakeven % Spreadsheet
The breakeven percentage is something you have to memorize. Use this spreadsheet to quickly calculate (and even quiz) the breakeven percentage of a bet or raise.
River Bet vs. Check Spreadsheet
Your opponent checks to you on the river, and you have the option to fire or check behind. This spreadsheet allows you to compare the EV of both options to help you visualize the most profitable approach with your hand!
This dashboard allows you to see the breakeven of your squeeze size, various related sizes, and to estimate how often your opponent(s) will collectively fold – allowing you an easy outright profitable squeeze.
Multiple Folders Spreadsheet
A simple sheet where you enter in the estimated folding frequency for each player involved, and you see how often you can expect folds from ALL of them. This is great when stealing and running multi-way bluffs.
Outright Bluffing EV Spreadsheet
See the EV of an outright bluff by just adding a few numbers. This shows you the long-form math (while also doing it for you) and is a great way to quiz yourself when comparing breakeven-%, EV, and commonly used bluff sizes.
As a reminder, these are all tools that you use AWAY from the table and never while playing a real session. The more you work with these spreadsheets, the easier it becomes to understand the output and translate that into a strategic adjustment. And the more you do that, the easier it is to closely estimate the math at the table. It may seem daunting at first, but you’ll get the hang of them quickly!