Range in poker is the possible range of the opponent’s hands at a particular stage of the distribution, that is, with which cards he can play. It is important to be able to determine the participant’s range in order to build the right strategy against him and make +EV decisions. In this case, you also need to take into account the structure of the opponent’s range.
Hand ranges are options for starting cards that an opponent may have. There are 1,326 starters in poker, but most of them are not eligible to play. All pockets can be divided into paired and unpaired, as well as suited and unsuited. The result of the distribution largely depends on the choice of the desired range of hands.