If we all had Flopzilla at the poker table, we could put the Villain on a range and decide if it is more likely he is bluffing or value betting. In Poker Plays You Can Use I wrote a short appendix about how to do combinatorics at the table. The system is based on counting the combinations of flush cards the Villain can hold. This is the trickiest part of doing combinatorics at the table. This video covers the material in a new example.
I don’t expect there is enough to learn the system from this video, but it should clarify questions you have about this tricky subject.