DosXX goes over some Game Theory Optimal decisions.
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Don't quite get the concept. If you are getting 6:1, why would you fold 17% of your range? What if your range is 2 pair+? Also, if you call with KQs why would you fold K2o? It's the same hand on this board.
Guess I will watch this video one more time lol .. never really heard of this Combonator tool so I will probably check it out too...
The reason you fold 17% is not to be exploited. Because after your opponents bet the pot will be laying you 6:1. If you were to fold more than at, your opponent could exploit you by bluffing more. If you were to fold less than that, your opponent could exploit you by bluffing less. The equilibrium point is based on that size if the pot. If my range is only 2 pair, there's probably a mistake somewhere in your range on a prior street - you should always have some bluff catchers in your range.
The answer about folding k2 when you would call kq is than when you draw the line as to what exact hands to fold, you typically fold your weaker hands and call your stronger hands (since you will be able to best more hands your opponent might bluff with). In this case, it doesn't matter since king high is the exact same hand. But in general, it's good practice to think about parsing your ranges in such a way.