In this video we cover hand reading in poker for about 2 hours. We walk through hand reading preflop from nits, TAGs, and other player types from different positions and in various situations. We also talk about the various stats you can use to piece together a clear picture of a player’s range.
We then took it one step further and worked on hand ranging postflop. Using stat clues and player type tendencies, we figure out how a range changes throughout a hand. This video is great for people just starting to work on hand ranges, but also for those that need some work improving upon their skillset. It should be noted that this video is a couple years old, so some of the exact lines and hand ranges have since changed. However, there are two things to note about this:
- The video still highlights the process of assigning a preflop and postflop range very well
- I’ve also attached a more recent video I did with DV reviewing hand reading with your HUD
So if you are looking to improve your hand reading abilities, and really put your opponents on the correct range of hands, this is a must have!