If we divided the probability of chopping by two, it tells us the poker equity increase.
If the payout is half the size, it’s logical to assume that our price needs to be twice as good.
If we are confident that our opponent has the same nuts as us, it might be correct to limit the amount we put into the pot.
The call with the nuts could end up being more expensive than simply folding.
It’s possible for two players to have the “same hand” but it does not result in a poker-tie due to our kicker