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To answer the question, "What is exactly N% of top hands?", there really is no correct answer as it depends on the stage of play (i.e. Preflop, Postflop) that's currently occuring. Specifically, it isn't VPIP/PFR. Making use of these programs and hand-rankings is a matter of hand reading skill. The hand-rankings are a generalization of how a player should ...


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When you say equity you automatically say equity against something, where something can be either a hand or, more likely, a range. On the other hand, the good part is that you don't need to calculate the equity to the last decimal. If you determinate your equity being 60% and your real equity is 65% nothing wrong is going to happen (not that I know of). ...


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There's the rule of 2 and 4 to get a good idea how likely it is, that a hand improves after the flop. You need to be able to calculate the cards that will help your hand or your opponents hand if you assume he is on a draw, a combodraw or a weak pair and a draw for this though: Chance to improve after the flop = outs * 4 Chance to improve after the turn = ...


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At every stage in the game there are different guidelines, the weaker your starting hands the more tough decisions you'll face later in the hand. If you enter the hand with a good holding, you'll have a pretty easy decision to make on the flop if you come up against stiff resistance from your opponents. If you have a made hand you can play it strongly, if ...



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