Ranges. What starting ranges should i put unstudied players on?
I play at Boulder Station in Las Vegas (It's close to home and free parking). This game is filled with unstudied players who ignore odds, ranges, basically, everything taught on this site. My question is: how do you apply what's taught here against players who have been playing 30 years and no nothing of actual strategy? For context, I offer a hand: The table is passive and has been since we started an hour ago. Most pots are limped preflop, bet somewhere in the $15-$20 range, called by one other player, and taken down with another $15-$20 bet on the turn. My image is tight, very. I play only the top 15% of hands from early position (everything but CO and BTN) and 20% of hands from CO, BTN, and Blinds. I get aggressive with these hands always raising limped pots to $12-$20. I was in the Co when I picked up aces. As predicted, everyone limped and I raised to $22. I got one caller. $47 in the pot. Flop: JhJd8c. Villain, who was UTG, checked. I lead for $25. He calls. Turn was a Qd. He checks. I fire $75 into a $90 pot. He calls. Turn was a 10c. He pushes all in. I had QT in his range. His push was for $100 more. $340 in pot so I'm getting 3.4:1 on my call. I make the call and he turns over Q9o. Now, I played +EV poker the whole way and he played that hand terribly! I'm glad! But how does one play the strategies taught here against people who have no idea what you're doing? Everyone at that table knew I had aces and he said that even he knew it but "felt" like he would get there. Lol. Any advice?