Hi DominiqueRoyal !

I'm not absolutely sure what you mean so I'll just try to answer everything:

There are chart that shows PrR % if opponent has 8 %.... than he plays with cards .... etc.

If you want to know what hands an x% range is, you can check it in equilab/equilator. It usually means the strongest 8% of the 169 hand combinations, hand ranking can vary though.

As for preflop equity of a single hand vs a single hand you can learn quickly from equilab. You will realize the patterns, like an overpair always has very similar equity against an underpair or a pocket pair is always approx flipping with two overcards etc...

the probability of your opponent folding you can just inverse calculate from the range he's not folding with.

to put your opponent on proper ranges you need experience. you should always imagine yourself in his place what hands would you fold/call/raise etc with it and adjust that with your reads from the specific player.

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