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Slice aims to cut down on some of the repetition that comes with doing lots of equity calculations over your poker career. To that end Slice allows you to define Range Aliases marked that you can use in place of explicitly listing all the hands in a players range. For example, if a tight aggressive player (TAG) raises under the gun (UTG) in a 6-max No Limit Hold'em game you might assign him a range of 22-AA, A"J-K", JTs+,KQ
in Slice we can assign this range an alias say #utg_6m . So now anytime you want to calculate equity for an UTG player you just have to enter #utg_6m like so:
You can also use the alias in the Range Enumerator to make sure you've included all the hands you wanted:
Defining Your Own Aliases
To create your own aliases hit CTRL+R or select the Tools->Aliases->Create or Edit a Range Alias menu option. This will bring up the range definition dialog:
We can now fill in the required fields. We will 1) call our new alias #utg_6m (all aliases must start with a # character) 2) Give a brief description of what the range is meant to represent 3) define the range this alias is meant to represent 4) Click Validate to ensure the range we have defined is parsed correctly 4) click Save . That's it!
Slice makes it possible to use aliases within aliases, so we could easily define a new range #my_alias made up of a number of other aliases that have already been defined, say, #big_pairs, #sc, #big_aces as well as any other ranges you want to include. This type of compound alias is pictured below
Browsing & Deleting Aliases
To browse all defined aliases hit CTRL+B or select the Tools->Aliases->Browse Aliases menu option.
This will bring up a list of all the currently defined aliases:
From here you can delete an alias, or edit an alias by selecting it and clicking Edit or double clicking on it.