Originally Posted by Monkey Banana
Nash has nothing to say about individual hands for reasons that would be obvious if you had actually read and understood my post.
But it does say. Nash range is a range of individual hands that are profitable shoves/calls vs a Nash range. Nash is also the only profitable range to play vs Nash because if you change an action you are making a worse play than Nash, like let's say calling Q6s is +.1 better than folding vs Nash folding is clearly a mistake. If your opponent changes his strategy from Nash to X you have to find a strategy where you do the most profitable action vs X with each individual hand and from that follows that your strategy is optimal vs X. Vs a tight range it's obvious that with Q6s calling is worse than folding and. If your opponent is tighter than Nash by a lot then always having Q6s and calling vs his strategy is more profitable than always having/caling Q6s vs Nash, but having Q6s and folding itvs his tight strategy is even more profitable
Someone wanted numbers so here's some of our strategy with always having Q6s vs a static range 10bb deep (we posted our bb already so we have 9bb behind)
EV of folding is 10.2bb
Only reason to deviate from the higher ev play is that we could change our opponents strategy but in this case or the KK+ case we couldn't