The Nash ratio is defined to be the value of a player's stack divided by the cost per round.
When the Nash ratio is less than 20, the Nash Push/Fold Charts come into play showing the optimal play for deciding whether to push or fold.
The Key Hand Poker Application automatically computes Nash when blind levels are high enough and shows any Nash push or fold errors.
The chart below is divided into two parts:
- The first half shows the minimum Nash ratio required for pushing when first to act.
- The bottom half shows the minimum Nash ratio required for calling when second to act.