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September 21, 2016
I use ranges in my game by opening Flopzilla so i can see the ranges in the different positions and situations. It seems like an overwhelming chunk of information. Therefore i am not able to remember the ranges when i play live.
How do you learn your ranges by heart? Where should i start?
April 21, 2016
That’s a good question. What I recommend is putting your ranges on sheet of paper and having it handy while you play. I used to do that and was able to fit all of my opening ranges on a single sheet of paper. That way you can quickly reference it as you play online.
Do that and just play a tons of hands and over time it’ll become second nature. Also remember that ranges are starting points. You have to take a whole lot of information into consideration to determine what you should do in every situation and that takes a lot of time to master with lots of studying, reading books, watching videos, etc.
BTW – I deleted your duplicate post in another sub-forum.
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