Cards that can improve your hand. If you have a 4 cards of a flush draw, then there are 9 other cards left in the deck that can give you the flush (13 out of 52 total) so you have a total of 9 "outs" to complete your hand.
Cards that improve a hand. The hand 8 with board T has twenty-three outs. The eight 7's and queens make straights. Nine remaining clubs make flushes. The six remaining 8's and 9's make two pair, or a runner-runner full house. (The remaining tens and jacks do not help because they are not of exclusive benefit.) Calculating outs and pot odds is a basic hold'em skill. See also live outs.
Number of cards that can improve your hand. If the flop is QJ2 and you have 10 9, you want a king or an eight to complete your straight. There are 4 kings and 4 eights in the deck, so you have 8 total outs.
The number of "outs" refers to the number of cards in the deck to make your winning hand. For example, if I have a flush draw (4 suited cards), I have 9 outs to make my flush since there are a total of 13 cards of each suit.
Often a player will need one more card to complete his hand - i.e. to get a hand that will probably win. The number of individual cards that will complete a player's hand is referred to as the number of "outs" they have available. E.g. If a player has four hearts, there are nine cards left that will give him his flush. We say he has nine "outs."
Number of cards left in the deck that can improve your hand. For example, if you have Ad. 9d, and the flop is 2d Qs Kd, you want one of the deck's diamonds to appear on the turn or river, to complete your flush. Since you have 2 diamonds in your hand, and there are 2 diamonds on the board, you have 9 cards left in the deck that will give you your flush, or 9 outs, Visit our sponsor: document.write('a href="http://www.interpoker.com/15121/16bba705cf882598abbb318cfaf9117d/click.html" target="_blank"img src="http://static.partnerlogic.net/partnerlogic/banners/15121.gif" width="728" height="90" border="0" /a');
Any remaining card that will give you the winning hand. Using the example above of 8, 9, 10 and J, any Q or 7 will complete your hand. As there are four Q's and four 7's in the pack it means you have 8 outs.( see Odds and Outs page.) Overcard. A hole card higher than the highest card on the board Over the Top To raise a large bet.
Outs are remaining cards in a deck that will improve your hand. Outs are critical when an opponent displays a hand that is ahead of yours, at which point you must consider which “Outs” will save your hand.
The number of cards remaining in the deck that have yet to be dealt that could potentially improve your hand. The total number of possibilities a player has to win a pot based on the current situation. If he holds 9-9 and needs another 9 to win, then he would have a total of two outs.
The theoretical number of cards available to make your hand. Eg, If you have an open-ended straight draw with 3-4-5-6. There are four Two's and four Seven's left which could arrive, and therefore a total of eight outs.