A5s/KQo vs. (22+,A2s+,K2s+,Q4s+,J6s+,T7s+,97s+,86s+,75s+,64s+, 53s+,43s,A2o+,K5o+,Q7o+,J7o+,T8o+,98o)
A5s wins 53.331%
KQo wins 55.465%
A5s/KQo vs. (22+,A2s+,K2s+,Q2s+,J2s+,T4s+,94s+,84s+,73s+,62s+, 52s+,42s+,32s,A2o+,K2o+,Q2o+,J3o+,T6o+,96o+,85o+,7 4o+)
A5s wins 57.434%
KQo wins 59.740%
A5s/KQo vs 100%
A5s wins 59.923%
KQo wins 61.456%
I think this makes it clear that KQo is a better hand than A5s. I think it's quite absurd that it believes A5s is 30% better. I'll look into the slaskive/chubokve range thingo.
I suspect that these ranges where designed when poker was dominated by tight nits; A5s was considered better because it had the flush/straight potential and could spike a A if the semi-bluff failed, whereas KQ was dominated too much because KJ/QJ was not played enough.
Is there anyway to program my own slider range? By using the default slider I fear that I'm teaching myself wrongly