I would say know your own ranges very well first. Know what a good default balanced strategy looks like. Range software is great for this (I use PokerRanger). Then analyze villain showdowns for deviations from this. Some hands won’t tell you much, but sometimes you get a tremendous amount of info from a single showdown.For instance, if you see someone rfi in the HJ and go bet 3/4, bet 3/4, check vs the big blind on a board of QhKh2s 4c 4h and he turns over Ah3c… You just got a ton of info. He’s got a wide rfi, he’s most likely cbetting flop too much (either by over bluffing or cbetting too merged given the sizing), and he missed a clear river bluff which means you can narrow down a river bet range in similar situations to mostly value hands.You want to identify when players miss 3bets, miss thin value, miss bluffs, overvalue their hands, overvalue protection, bet too merged, call light, overbluff a spot, tank way too long with a strong hand on the river (post flop nits)…I had a hand the other day where I called A9 in the bb vs a lj rfi, board came 78J with a flush draw villain checked back the flop, turn was blank and then villain delayed cbet. This guy was C betting the flop too merged, generally overvalued protection, and had a tendency to stab once on later streets. I called and he checked back the river with A3s (no flush draw). I could do this comfortably because if he’s betting off all his pairs on the flop he’s incredibly over bluffed in the delayed cbet line.

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