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  • smilence
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    HI,

    For the reviewer, sometimes a cell is marked with two colors. However it’s sometimes confusing. e.g.

    A9s is marked with 1) Fold vs 3B4% (50 combos) and 2) Call 3B vs CO – BU2% (31 combos)

    T9s is makred with 1) Call 3B4% (58 combos) and 2) Call 3B vs CO – BU2% (31 combos)

    What is the difference? Does it mean that for A9s we call 50% vs CO-BU, fold 100% against others. For T9s we call 50% vs CO-BU, and call 100% against others (doesn’t make sense right…)?

    How about for A9s it means we call 100% vs CO-BU, fold 50% agsint others; for T9s we call 100% vs CO-BU,  and call 50% against others. Then these two cells have the same meaning…

    In general I don’t know how to interpret the meaning of half cell. Would like to get more detailed explanation.

    Thank you!

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    rye_mariano5
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    For the A9s it means you should fold vs all positions except the BU and CO. It doesn’t have to do with 50% call or anything in this case.

    With the T9s you can call 50% of the time vs most all positions (when OOP) and always call vs the CO and BU.  But honestly you don’t need to really wrapped up in these frequencies. It’s more about getting to know which type of categories we do what with. The ones with a half cell are always close between 2 decisions so we can mix, for ex 3betting or flatting, or flatting or folding.  Don’t focus too much energy on this, as you’re not going to memorizing these ranges exactly and they can be slightly altered both over time and ingame as exploits.

    Hopefully that clears things up a little. Let me know if you have further questions.

    smilence
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    Got it. Appreciate your detailed explanation!

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