CORE 2.0/ RANGES II/ RANGE SHAPING/ RANGE ADVANTAGE help!!

DBACK44DBACK44 Red Chipper Posts: 5 ✭✭
edited August 2020 in CORE
I just don't get it! This is a range given in a CORE.2 exercise: 22+/ AJ+/ KQ. It is an example of what I don't understand. Why would this range contain AJ and KQ, but not AQ or AK? Is the player going to ignore AK and AQ, bujt play AJ and KQ? It doesn't make sense to me. and I see similar examples throughout the program. Please help me understand ranges.

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  • TheGameKatTheGameKat Posts: 4,398 -
    Kind of difficult to know without being told what the exercise is. That said, "AJ+" means AJ/AQ/AK, as you'll discover if you enter it into any range analyzer like Equilab or Flopzilla.
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