A week and a half ago, I announced that I was adding some poker simulation tools to NPA. The first tool I added was a pot equity calculator that calculates pot equity for six different games: Hold’em, Omaha, Omaha/8, Stud, Stud/8, and Razz. The downside to this tool is that you have to specify the exact cards for each hand. Unfortunately, in poker you don’t know exactly what your opponents have; you just have a general idea of their hand ranges.
Thus, I have spent the last ten days feverishly coding a new tool that lets you assign hand ranges and pit them against one another to calculate pot equity. This tool only works on hold’em hands (for now).
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