The point is that the further from the Small-Blind, the more time you will have to evaluate each player before making your decision. Therefore, your position at the Poker table can have a major impact on the progress of the game. And to be able to take advantage of the situation and use your location on the table in your favor, you need to know how to act in each Hold'em position.
If you hold the Dealer button, you will always have the happiness of knowing which strategy to use to lessen the competition. But to get the most out of that position, you need to have a good hand. Otherwise you have to risk a bluff. The chance of bluffing
for the subject in that position is more likely to work than in other positions. This player must be able to read opponents based on their behavior. In this position you are theoretically always one step ahead of opponents.