Take a look at Pokerstove, if you haven't already done that, it's free - www.pokerstove.com
- also look at the several threads in this forum related to using a HUD if you haven't done that (start in Golden Archives - and seriously consider using a HUD if you're not already using one, especially if you play ring games).
If you think about the ranges of hands that an opponent is likely playing, based on his style, his position, his history, was he first in the pot/limped behind, etc., pokerstove will help you evaluate the strength of specific hands against those ranges of hands. This can be much more useful than how a hand fares in a multi-way pot (though the charts referring to how starting hands play multi-way are certainly useful).
Even if you don't use a HUD, the discussions related to using a HUD (and the several discussions of ranges) explain these ideas and how to use them.