# Heads-Up All-in Game Theory Optimal Question

• Basic
Joined: 30.05.2017
http://www.super-turbo-poker-tips.com/game-theory.html
It refers to Mathematics of Poker book

Here is a table from it to push all-in
10BB) 41% - 22,A2,K5,K2s,Q9,Q7s,JT,J8s,T9s
09BB) 44% - 22,A2,K4,K2s,Q8,Q6s,J9,J8s,T8s
08BB) 49% - 22,A2,K2,Q7,Q4s,J9,J7s,T9,T8s,98s
07BB) 53% - 22,A2,K2,Q6,Q2s,J8,J6s,T9,T7s,97s
06BB) 58% - 22,A2,K2,Q4,Q2s,J7,J4s,T8,T6s,98,97s,87s
05BB) 66% - 22,A2,K2,Q2,J5,J2s,T7,T4s,97,95s,86s,76s
04BB) 78% - 22,A2,K2,Q2,J2,T5,T2s,96,94s,86,84s,76,74s,64s,53s
03BB) 95% - 22,A2,K2,Q2,J2,T2,92,84,82s,74,72s,64,62s,53,52s,43,42s,32s
02.6BB) 100% - call everything for 2.6BBs or less

Take a look at the string "10BB) 41% - 22,A2,K5,K2s,Q9,Q7s,JT,J8s,T9s"
It says that it is 41%

And Equilab says:
[img]https://postimg.cc/image/nppotwtaj/[/img]
37.25% of hands

Who is wrong?

Also it is a bit strange to put and risk 9 BB more with T9s to win 1.5 BB.
It has only 38% equity against top 25% hands.
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• Super Moderator
Super Moderator
Joined: 02.09.2010
Originally posted by hairyguy
10BB) 41% - 22,A2,K5,K2s,Q9,Q7s,JT,J8s,T9s

Take a look at the string "10BB) 41% - 22,A2,K5,K2s,Q9,Q7s,JT,J8s,T9s"
It says that it is 41%

And Equilab says:
[img]https://postimg.cc/image/nppotwtaj/[/img]
37.25% of hands

Who is wrong?

I'm guessing that Equilab is correct -- they spell out the exact # of hands that this covers.
For each pair, there are 6 com-- 78 hands
For each offsuit hand there are 12 combos (12 + 8 + 3 + JTo = 24 hands) = 288 combos
For each suited hand there are 4 combos (12 + 11 + 5 + 3 + T9s = 32 hands) = 128 combos
So 78 + 288 + 128 = 494
There are 1326 combos total = 37.25

For push/fold ranges this used to be "standard":
http://www.holdemresources.net/hune
Now it looks really, really wide to me.

They also have the free Nash ICM calculator.
If you like, you can purchase the paid version of the Holdem Resources Calculator through PokerStrategy.com

All the best,
VS
• Bronze
Joined: 06.06.2017
Just take a look at some HU GTO ranges. You can checkout this site for example: http://www.gtoline.com
• Basic
Joined: 30.05.2017
VorpalF2F thank you for an interesting link
CptJokerFish you too
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