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Tutorial: PokerRanger's Equity Tables

See equities of entire ranges clearly displayed.

The Equity Tables Tab presents to you what hands yield which equity against the other range. By that, you can evaluate the value of an entire range in one view.

Input: Ranges, Board, Selected Player and Combinations

General Input

At first, you have to input the general properties.

Intuitive Range Selection

Just enter player1's and player2's ranges as well as the board. Deadcards apply, too. For more details on the card and range selection, we offer a corresponding tutorial: Range & Card Selection

Tab-Specific Input

This tab can either analyze the equities of all hands of the range of player1 against all hands of player2's range or the other way around.

To choose the range to be investigated, use the "Selected Player" element (PokerRanger's Player Selection).

Also, you can choose if you want to see all the singular combinations (e.g. AsKs, AdKd, AcKc, AhKh) or rather the accumulated versions (like AKs). For that purpose, you can use the "Show Singular Combinations" checkbox (Show Singular Poker Range Combinations).

Please note that re-input of the properties leads to an automatic recalculation which is indicated by "Loading" and a small animated icon at the top centre of the tab.

Output: Equity Matrix and Equity Table

There are two outputs in this tab.

Equity Matrix

PokerRanger's Equity Matrix

In this matrix, you find an entry for each hand (in accumulated version like AKs or AKo). The number indicates the equity (Win % + Split % / 2) of the hand against all hands of the other range. A yellow square has 50% equity. If the equity exceeds 50%, the color will fade to green. 100% equity is a full green. If the equity, however, falls below 50%, the color will fade to red. 0% equity is a full red.

PokerRanger's Equity Table The table shows not only the equity but the Win %, Split % and Lose %. You can get more details from here and use the "Show Singular Combinations" checkbox (see above at Input) to get an even more detailed evaluation.


At the moment, there are no options available for this tab.