This is a little bit of an amateurish question but I'd really like if somebody could help me out and give me some advice on this. In this hand example we have QJo in the SB vs a BTN open. Lets say that button defends a decent with some speculative hands and can be stationy so we want to be 3 betting stuff that can flop solid top pairs etc. and value bet with. So we want to flat hands like QJ, KQ etc. some of the time but also 3 bet it some of the time. Would you rather 3 bet the offsuit variety of the hands or the suited variety?
Obviously suited hands play better in both spots, but which is it more valuable? Is it more valuable to have the barrelling opportunities in the 3 bet pot that the suited hand gives us, or is it more valuable to have the backdoor draws etc. in the single raised pots that we can check raise etc. with? My own guess is that we should be generally 3 betting the suited hands because we can use stuff like suited connectors and the likes as check raise bluffing hands in single raised pots and given that we are inflating the pot with a 3 bet we would want to have stronger hands where possible and more options which the suited hands give us. I also think that in a single raised pot we can focus more on flopping decent pairs and just getting to showdown/value betting and so the offsuit hands are fine to flat with.
I also would guess that how often button 4 bets has an impact on our preflop decision as if he is 4 bet bluffing a lot and flatting not so much then it would be a pity to "waste" a hand like KQs or QJs by 3 betting it and getting 4 bet often, so we would prefer to flat it in that case and 3 bet some other stuff.
Sorry if this was rampbly or noobish but I'd really like some advice if possible.