Poker ranges are a collection of ALL possible hands a player could have right this moment. Instead of trying to pinpoint a player’s exact two hole cards and their suits, which is a near-impossible task, we instead focus on hand reading the range of hands they would play in a given situation.
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In this video, SplitSuit breaks down what ranges are in poker. You’ll learn about the various ways we discuss ranges including percentage form, the visual range matrix, combos, and the range strand. You’ll see how frequencies correlate with the range your opponent might have. And you’ll walk away with 5 ranges you should 100% memorize (starting at 8:27).
Remember that if this seems too complex at first, some practice with software (even free software like Equilab), will help get you up to speed. Hand reading is both an art and a science, but there is a lot more science than most players assume. Work to understand how frequencies relate to the actual preflop range, and you’ll be able to make better estimates at the table while setting yourself up for postflop hand reading success!
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· 5 Parts Of A Poker Range (Podcast Episode): https://redchippoker.com/poker-hand-range-parts-podcast/
· Building Ranges (Full Hand Example): https://www.splitsuit.com/how-to-build-poker-ranges-with-example
· Hand Reading vs. Open-Raises: https://www.splitsuit.com/range-building-open-raises-preflop
· Hand Reading vs. Preflop Callers: https://www.splitsuit.com/what-players-call-your-preflop-raises-with
· Combos In Poker: https://www.splitsuit.com/poker-combos-blockers
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