I'm trying to learn hand equity. It seems pretty easy against one player, but when you add another one or more, I can't figure it out. Is there a way to do this?
Thanks in advance for any advice, it's much appreciated.
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As a free tool, equilab by Pokerstrategy.com is pretty great. You can practice hand vs range(s) or range vs range(s) and see how things change on certain flops, turns and rivers. There are other programs out there, like flopzilla, but they aren't free.
Take a peek and lmk if this is what you were looking for or if I missed the mark. There are just tons of resources out there and I'm sure either I or someone else here will be able to help you track down the one right for you.
Yeah, I've actually got equilab, and I'm probably going to be using Flopzilla eventually, but what I'm looking for is a short cut to do this in my head while I'm playing, if such a shortcut exists.
I do appreciate the answer though.