I am working on constructing exploitative preflop ranges based on database analysis over a decent hand sample (150k ish hands, growing by 5-10k hands per week)
My next goal is to construct Hero 3bet ranges vs. RFI for every position/formation. I have PIO (Edge), CREV, power-equilab, flopzilla, and H2N. I do not have monker but could be convinced to buy it if that's what I need for what I want to do, but it seems like CREV might be a good tool. I don't know how to use it, though. Basically, I want to describe below what I am trying to do, and an wondering what the right tool is. If CREV will work, I would like to hire someone who is an expert with this tool to coach me for 1-2 hours on how to do this. If I need Monker to do this, I'l get it and also would like to hire someone to teach me that if needed.
So here's what I want to do:
-Enter pool RFI range for a position, e.g. CO
-Leave my PF flat/3bet ranges empty, solve for this (e.g. BTN vs CO)
-Enter pool's response ranges to when I 3bet- What hands they call, 4bet, fold.
-Solve for my 3bet and possibly flatting range. I am OK with using a postflop abstraction but need to at the least be able to apply equity realization factors to my range to solve for what I should 3bet exploitatively. If possible, I would also like to solve for how I should respond to 4bets after I 3bet, given known pool ranges.
Is CREV a good tool to accomplish something like this? Do I need to run a full preflop solve in something like Monker instead? If Monker is needed, can I apply specific ranges for preflop actions and allow the solver to play GTO postflop and use realization factors?