# Opponent range NLHE

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Joined: 24.06.2008
Hi all,

Have asked this question in a particular topic but would like to share this with as money as possible:
In the 'Strategy' lessons there is one section about 'Equity' and one topic states the following:

Since you are holding QQ in this spot, you have 47% equity against your opponent's range (JJ+, AK). That is more than the required equity of 40%, so you should call.

Is there a way to calculate these 47% approximately without using equilab? If not, is there be a table with the most common examples where you just memorize how much equity you have against your opponent's range?

Someone has already answered me by using 'Equilab' (thanks a lot and I will definitely take your advice!). However, I've been searching so long for this, that I am desperate to have some other people's thinking.

Thank you very much in advance!
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Joined: 10.08.2014
Player A has the pair of aces and the current best hand. If there were a showdown now, then he would win. But B is actually the favorite here. The probability that he will obtain the best hand by the river is around 66%, whereas A will only win 34% of the time.

It means u need to calculate how many cards in flop will improve opponent (according to his range) against the rest in deck (without the "bad" ones)
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Joined: 23.04.2010
Read poker math that matters by owen gaines
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Thank you very much guys! This will help!