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Slice can incorporate card removal effects in its simulations by marking some ranges as folded. In some situations this can have a dramatic effect on calculated equity. By checking the box next to any players range, that player will be excluded from winning any pots in the simulation, but for each iteration of the simulation a hand from their range will be removed from the deck.
A contrived example is shown below for a situation where AA is all in vs QQ and we know another player folded the other QQ.
First the simulation without the folded cards:
and next where the other folded QQ is included:
and we can see that Player 2's equity drops to close to zero as we would expect since they can no longer hit a set.
This is a fairly unrealistic example but serves to demonstrate how folded ranges work.