You can’t consider yourself a Texas Hold ’em tournament shark (in multi-table or single-table formats) unless you have access to the Nash-equilibrium solution for preflop push-or-fold play, as well as all-in call ranges, when in heads-up. Scroll down for the details.
Nash-Equilibrium Solution for Heads-Up Push-Fold Play in Texas Holdem
The Nash-equilibrium solution for heads-up play in Texas Holdem tournaments is a table of ranges that you can profitably open-push with from the small blind position or call all-in with from the big blind in preflop push-or-fold play (typically when you or your opponent has fewer than 15 big blinds). This table of ranges is depicted in a grid or profitable pushes or calls based on the “effective stack size.”
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