Uncapped range

Forwared from „uncapped“

  • An uncapped range is a range that still contains the top x% preflop hands. It is usually only the preflop aggressor that has the privilidge of playing with an uncapped range.
    If you start taking a passive action preflop chances are your range is no longer containing all the best possible hands like queens to aces. A player that is still the raiser preflop has to be put on such hands. That is why the preflop aggressor is uncapped, while the callers face the problem of having a capped range.

    Depending on the flop texture having the uncapped range is advantageous or not, because the capped player is automatically depolarized folding speculative and weak holdings to the raise or raises preflop.

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