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# Real vs Solver

Blinds: \$0.25/\$0.50 (6 Players) BN: \$77.62
SB: \$70.72 (Hero)
BB: \$69.77
UTG: \$48.79
MP: \$22.68
CO: \$85.24
Im new to solvers. Right now im comparing my play versus what solvers does. I have some questions about them.
Preflop (\$0.75) Hero is SB with Q A
2 folds, CO raises to \$1.25, BN folds, Hero raises to \$5.00, BB folds, CO calls \$3.75
Flop (\$10.50) 7 J 5
Hero bets \$3.29, CO calls \$3.29
What i Do: I range bet on this board because the board is relatively dry, and higher equity flop for me. If i range bet I bet small 33% with range
Solver: Bets 85% of the time, but uses most of the time the bigger sizing 50%.
Question: Why do we want to bet 50%sizing with a frequency of 66%of the time.
Turn (\$17.08) 7 J 5 4
Hero bets \$12.01, CO calls \$12.01
What I Do; this turn does not give him a lot of equity, so my equity advantage on flop is growing. His backdoor flushes missed, I have 2 overcards, and decent blockers for Jx. So i bet.
Solver: as played solver wants to check 50% of the time with range, and wants to check always with my specific hand AQ.
River (\$41.10) 7 J 5 4 Q
Hero bets \$23.07, CO calls \$23.07

Does someone have any comments on this. Maybe i can learn something about how i have to read the solvers.