against a button open it depends on what our gameplan is.
if we want to setmine and play fit/fold it's -EV against a wide stealing range to flat small PPs oop.
if we plan on playing back a lot, because we discovered some leak (cbetting with too wide of a range and folding against a lot of raises for example), than we can go ahead and still make the call.
there are millions of situations that could come up, you can't just ask such a general question.
can you determine based on fold to raise cbet stat or cbet frequency?
I think I play too aggressively HU out of position though sometimes. I've been experimenting playing low suited hands that aren't connected vs a fish or multiway say 3 or more players, but then some small percentage you may be stacked by a higher flush according to mathematical calculation
I usually don't look at stats like "fold cbet to raise" cause it's so player and board dependent.
Cbetting is also very player and board dependent, but not that much (and some people don't get it and just cbet no matter what, especially at the micros) and it happens far more often so you get a better overview over his general gameplan with a smaller sample size.
what limits are you playing on?
And playing too aggressive can be a huge mistake, if you play against very tight or very stationy players, which are by far the two most common player types on the micros.
only NL 10 now, I used to play NL 50, 100 a little bit. I had been crushing the SNGs on AP and had moved up to NL100 before BF
how do you determine by player and not stats? I guess you must take notes on player behavior on board textures? there are some HM1 filters where you can analyze by board texture
notes are always very valuable
but there are certain boards on which you will get raised more often than on others, just based on how wet they are and how good they hit villains range.
you won't get raised on a K72r board all too often, but on a J98 two-tone board it's way more likely