Hey,

Thanks for your question Roo!

So each combination, Pair, suited & offsuit, regardless of face card value, represent a consistent percentage of the total number of combinations in a percentage range IN EQUILAB; the bracketed number will therefore consist of mutiples thereof, dependent on what cards you select.

So if we take the total percentages of what each type of combo represents in terms of the total number of combos:

All pairs represent 5.88%, each PP then is 5.88 / 13 = 0.45%, 0.45/6 = 0.075

Pairs = 5.88%

Suited = 23.53%

Off-suit = 70.59%

So we have 13 Pairs that represent 5.88% and each of those have 6 combos;

5.88% / 13 = 0.45

0.45 / 6 = 0.075

So each combo of any pocket pair always represents, in Equilab, 0.075% of the total number of hands. If our range is any pocket pair below threes, then we have 0.075 * 6 = 0.45% of the total combos, as we have four combinations of pocket twos. (We see this if we only select 22 in the Card matrix)

For suited & off-suit, it's the same concept, but with larger portions of the total combos of course.

And depending on what you select, the software will tell you exactly the correct percentage of what you have selected, but when you type a number, it has to round this up to the complete amount of combos included because the number you have entered will not always be a multiple of the basic percentage which is represented by each type of hand.

I hope this helps!

Let me know if you want to discuss anything else.

-E