I am a new member and have started working my way through the the above series in order to retool my game for the smaller stakes. Before asking my questions can I first just say that danzasmack, I am really enjoying everything you have presented and your style and method is brilliant. Keep up the good work.
My question is just something that I don't think was addressed in the blind ranges as thoroughly as I would have liked. I realize that you were running out of time and that covering every possibility for pre flop blind play was impractical. I also note your discussion on multi way hands. However, could you please provide me with some good starting ranges for the following situations:
1) SB First in. Raise/(Call?)
2) BB v SB, SB limps - what does BB raise?
3) SB def against early pos. raise and late pos. raise. (with limpers?)
Hijack, Cutoff, Button and SB limping v raising hands when facing 1 or 2+ limpers.
Sorry if this is hassle. I have already spent some time making my own ranges using the Stox book and Boror/Mak texts - however even these do not address these issues fully.
I also understand the general theory on when to play ie 67s in a multiway. However, spots of interest to me are for example Q9 suited in late position (or SB) against 1 limper. Or A4o in the cutoff v 1 limper. Some of these spots I find a bit trickier. So it would be great to hear some more of what you think good ranges are in these spots.
Although having said that I do understand the general subjectivity of these decisons in terms of the limpers strength and/or the blinds strength.