We raise pf with TT from the CO and get called only by the player on the button who will call with a range of medium suited connectors, pairs up to TT, KQo type hands, and some medium suited aces.
Flop comes K92 with a flush draw.
We bet, he calls.
Assuming he's calling with top pairs, sets, unimproved pairs down to 3s (as a float/for value, whatever), and floats us with the rest of his range because he knows we c-bet that flop with our whole range.
Now do any of the 'old school' players want to tell me how often we're up against each group of hands without going through 45 minutes of combinatory calculations? Just "feel it out" right?
Originally Posted by arkadiy
I doubt any real pro wastes their time with these type of programs :P
Well that's because most pros are also mathematical geniuses who have incredible memory and have made these calculations thousands and thousands of times in their heads and it's second nature to them.
You're probably playing low to micro stakes like the rest of us. Pros would never waste their time with low stakes, so by your logic, why should we? right?
Please stop with the silly comments, it's all getting a little ridiculous. This is a hand analysis tool. It's not something you use in-game to roboticize your actions. The computer doesn't say "beep beep beep, this is a raise %100 of the time". It's an analytical tool meant to aid poker players with their game by improving their knowledge.
If you want to discuss the difference between online play and live play, or how much better pros are than players like us, do it somewhere else.