Range – Poker Dictionary – What is a Range in Texas Hold’em?

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The first step to becoming a better poker player is to learn to put your opponents on a range. In poker, the term range refers to the group of hands an opponent would take a certain action with. You can never know for sure what your opponent has in any hand, so you have to assign a range with possibilities of hands, based on the board and their playing style.

In this poker video, you will see Hero assign a range of hands to a typical UTG open raise, using PokerStove. Most pocket pairs will be raised, along with big aces, and other broad way cards, typically around 10-15% of possible hands. Ranges are broken down and displayed like this – 22+, ATs+, KJs+, AJo+, KQo – which means all pocket pairs, AT suited and higher, etc.

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Range – Poker Dictionary – What is a Range in Texas Hold’em?