This is my first post in this forum. I play 200 and 300 max 100 BB games in the SF Bay Area and Tahoe. Recently, I played a couple sessions against two different pre flop maniacs. Said villains would play close to 90% of hands and raise well over the majority of those hands (92s, A2o, etc), making it 8x to 10x to go. 3 betting ranges were tighter: 77+, AT+,KQ,KJs. The Villains would also fold to larger 3 bets: he makes it $25, opponent makes it $100. Post flop, said villains tightened up considerably: checking back flops they missed, but thought hit their opponent. Both Villains would push a draw aggressively on the flop.
How should I adjust my PF hand selection (particularly out of position) against this type of opponent? I found my self in difficult spots with the weaker part of my opening range: A2s, 55, 66, KQo. In the examples two of the examples below, I ended up calling 3 bets then folding. Would you just ditch these hands given stack sizes (100BB to 130BB) and the opponents tendencies? Limping seems like a really bad idea. If I call, how do we proceed post flop (see below).
(1/2 200 max)
Hand 1 (7 handed, effective stacks 250-ish)
I open to $8 from MP with A2s, 1 caller, villain 3 bets to $35 OTB, I fold.
Hand 2 (6 handed, effective stacks 250-ish)
I open to $12 with 55 UTG, villain shoves for 250, I fold.
(1/2/3 300 max)
Hand 3 (9 handed, effective stacks 425)
Villain straddles, 1 limper, i make it $20 with 66 in BB, villain 3 bets to $45, i call
Flop: A Q 5
Villain bets $55, i fold
Hand 4 (9 handed effective stacks 375)
Folds around, I make it $15 OTB with KQo, Villain makes it $55 in the SB, I call (probably a spew, I was getting a bit frustrated)
Villain bets $60 I fold.