New glossary term added: Range removal
But what is range removal?
Range removal is defined as such:
That's a bit of a mouthful so here are some examples:
Essentially, range removal is a play where you try to predict your opponents range and then, while you have a PreCog power in play, you remove the cards to come which improve that same perceived range.
It's important to note that the term range removal only applies if the play does not improve your holding (in some cases you CAN marginally improve your hand as long as your intention isn't to improve to win the pot). More specifically, the intention of this play is to stop your opponent from improving rather than improving your own hand which is a standard mechanic of Power Up.
If you would like to read more about Power Up terminology check out the OP-Poker POWER UP GLOSSARY
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