Created by JKDS on July 22, 2009


Coined the ABCD Theorem by Renton on, this theorem attempts to describe how best to play Hero’s range of hands, by separating them into A, B, C, and D subranges. A-range: hands we bet/raise for value B-range: hands we prefer to pot control or c/c C-range: hands with value, but can’t stand alot of action D-range: our air For more information as well as excercises see


Generally, we can widen our A range, as described by the ABCD theorem, against calling stations.

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