One Flop, Ten Hands
by Ed Miller | Published: Aug 21, 2013
Perhaps the best exercise you can do with your poker study time is to construct ranges. You choose one point in a hand, and you decide how you should play every possible hand you could have to that point. So here we go. We’re going to look at a hand range on a single flop. It’s an abbreviated exercise because I have neither the column space nor the patience to write up every possible hand. But when I’m at home studying, constructing ranges, I do indeed choose an action for every possible hand combination. You’re playing $5-$10 with a typical assortment of decent players. You have a $1,000 stack, and most of your opponents have you covered. Everyone folds to the player two off the button who opens for $30. You call on the button. The blinds fold. It’s two players to the flop, and the pot is $75. The ...
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