Using Odds Oracle to figure out equity, am I doing it right?
Although I have understood ranges for some time, I have recently learned more so to the rule that when playing a hand you should figure what range of hands your opponent may hold, and calculate how often you may be beating their range of hands with your hand etc;?
So do I have it right in this example?
If I have 88 and my opponents range is 36%, I could put into Odds
Oracle or a similar program, my hand against his range ie 36% which it allows you to do in Odds Oracle. This gives you equity of your chance to win the hand etc; against that range, Have I got this right?
So if I had 57% equity against my opponents range of 36% postflop, i'd then take into account the pot odds
and if I was getting anything better than 57% odds then i'd call his bet? correct?