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Range Building

by Gavin Griffin |  Published: Jan 07, 2015


I have a few students that I coach on a one on one basis and, during a recent session, one of them asked me an interesting question that I hadn’t thought about in a while because, truthfully, it’s become such a part of my thought process that I don’t have to think about it anymore. If you’ve read Jared Tendler’s book The Mental Game of Poker, you’ll know that he talks about the four stages of learning and the concept my student asked me about has been in my unconscious competence stage for a long time. He asked me, “How do you put someone on a range of hands?” Then, not much later, another person I’m mentoring asked me a similar question, though from a different angle. He was telling me about a hand where he used a physical tell to call off on the river with second pair while ...

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