With the live poker hiatus, there were some questions that I wanted to go over before going back. I was mainly dedicating this time to studying, but will definitely be doing 5-10 hours a week playing micros on Ignition.
Anyways, I know we want to be using linear 3 betting ranges vs loose-sticky-stations (loose-sticky-stations kinda sounds like an adult film title lol.) But how much do we change our ranges vs these types of players?
For example, let's say we're in a game with a competent TAG (not a nit) opening OTB, and we're in SB. My base 3 betting range in this spot would be something like 66+, all suited broadways, all suited wheels, T9s, other suited connectors at a lower frequency, ATo+, and KQo. How does this range change when a loose-sticky-station opens OTB and we're in SB? 88+, ATs+, KJs+, and AQo+? Fold everything else?
What about IP? For example, the last time I played live (about a week ago, 2/5, 9 handed, $800 effective), there was a spot where a bad LAG, that was super sticky post, and hadn't folded to a 3 bet yet pre flop opened LJ and it's folded to us OTB with ATs (either blind was 3 betting without a premium) - this seems like such a slam dunk 3 bet in most spots, but are we supposed to be flatting with this dynamic?
Any other thoughts are appreciated, specifically if you don't mind sharing what your 3 betting ranges look like in this spots EP v. EP, MP v. EP, LP v. EP, MP v. MP, LP v. MP, LP v. LP, SB/BB v. EP, SB/BB v. MP, and SB/BB v. LP. Thank you.