Originally Posted by Deceitful_Frank
I figure a high PFR with a similar steal % and large C-bet frequency could be a good place to start?
You're absolutely right, but I believe a high fold to 3-bet statistic is also a good reason to call IP with hands like AKs/AQ/ect.
Lets say a player raises a lot of pots preflop, but folds to a lot of 3-bets. When you 3-bet him with a hand like AJ or AQ, you're essentially turning it into a bluff because they're unlikely to call with worse. So usually the better play is to 3-bet with our junky hands and total monsters, and then call in position with stuff like AQs that will hit a lot of flops and dominate a lot of the hands in his range.
And I do agree with the above poster that you should be pretty tight from the blinds, and you should be more inclined to 3-bet rather than call.
And lastly, usually the only players that raise wide pre and fold to a lot of 3-bets are laggish regs in steal position. If you've got a reg on your immediate right, you should probably practice better table selection, so that you have a fish on your immediate right.
Now what you should do Frank, is pick a hand where you think calling in position might be best, and post it in the hand analysis forum to get other's opinions on a specific situation.