A user asks: “Is there a tutorial on how to use the range analyzer correctly?”
If your question is just about how to use it, check out these two resources:
If they do not help enough, send me some questions and I’ll try to answer them.
The Range Analyzer doesn’t help you evaluate your ranges all by itself.
Equilabs, which lets you calculate the win/equity of your range vs an opponents suspected range, is useful for learning how ranges fare against other ranges.
The main purpose of the Range analyzer is to visualize your ranges and present them to coaches or other players in a forum.
Here is a forum post where jjpregler asked the other participants to explain their ranges, and that is just what the range analyzer is best at.
In Jonathan Little’s PokerCoaching.com he asks students to explain their ranges in various scenarios, and again the range Analyzer is just great for that.
By showing ranges for different actions in different colors, it is easy to visualize and share your thoughts on ranges.
Albert Hart – FloatTheTurn