I'm unfortunately not a math guy but when ranges get that wide, you're pretty much looking to shove flop with any pair or draw.
So instead of going into shove or fold mode preflop you go into shove or fold mode on the flop, basically playing fit or fold with 9-hi in an 80-90bb pot?
Apart from that I'm not gonna fold any pair or draw neither, and my pairs will more often than not be bigger than yours, unless I have something like K3s (as opposed to you I do not open K3o in the CO). I might not even cbet that, but that does not mean that I play c/f. My draws aswell will have you dominated more often than not. Hey, and then theres the thing that I in fact DO have value hands in my 4betting range, which have you smoked.
It'd be interesting to see how it works but the last time I talked to someone about it, he said some estimates he did out loud and it seemed pretty correct.
Sometimes you get bluffed, sometimes you push him off the best hand,
You won't push me off the best hand nearly often enough. For a bluff to work you need FE, and when I have even the slightest piece of the board I'm gonna bet/call you. Hell, I have bet/called AK-hi vs guys like you.
sometimes you have odds to stick it in against his range,
Odds based on dead money YOU created by putting in 20% of your stack with 9-hi (sorry if it appears I'm beating a dead horse here, but I just find this play atrocious)
sometimes you pick up a big pot when he bet/folds... if anyone wants is willing to do some maths against ranges and flops it'd be a great discussion.
It's definitely an interesting experiment, if I played 6m regularly, it's how I would play against the small 4bettors, that or I'd min5bet them.
And fold to a jam?
Also something you forget to mention is that this is the OOP player's tool to combat light 3bettors. By making them play out of position like this constantly, I would assume most players would stop battling you pre-flop because they're going to constantly be in sticky situations. That alone is worth calling 4bets w/our continuing range imo.
Like I said, that is the only point in your argumentation that I see a slight merit in, i.e. *IF* you want to flatcall 4bets, to do it with your whole range. That gameplan would need to be analyzed.
I still think your logic here is kinda flawed. You know who I stop battling with? I stop battling with guys who CONSTANTLY flat my CO raises on the BTN. These are the guys whom I have to play for three streets OOP with a flop SPR of ~14 (assuming 100bb stacks). I'm not scared at all of OOP play with just below two pots left. Especially not if I know someone is willing to call 97s pre.