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Hero's hand against two likely ranges:
Scenario 1 - Relatively wide ranges for both:
First player's range is all combos of KQ, K10s, Q10s, QJs, K9s, Axd,109d-87d, 50% of K8s, A10, AK, AQ, QJo, K10o, Q10o,
Second player's range is all combos of AK, KJ, JJ, and 66.
Against these ranges Hero has about 35% equity against the second player's 53%.
Scenario 2 - More narrow ranges for second player:
First player's range is the same: AK, KQ, K10s, Q10s, QJs, K9s, Axd,109d-87d, 50% of K8s, A10, AQ, QJo, K10o, Q10o,
Second player's range is 50% of AK and JJ combos, and all combos of KJ and 66.
The equity calculation works out to be almost exactly the same in both scenarios.