I am reading the Strategy Articles
about Re-Buys (kudos to the person that wrote them), and I just want a bit of clarification please about Rebuy Strategy Part 2 where it says in the part about Defending Against Super-Loose Strategy
You’re best bet against this type of player is to wait for a good hand, get your chips in there and cross your fingers. What you don’t want to do is get frustrated by your opponents moving all in left and right and start calling them down with hands that are below average. In the most extreme case where you are willing to do as many rebuys as you need to and you have an opponent who is moving in literally every hand you should get involved with any hand that is above average. The following hands are between 52% and 55% to win against two random cards: (pairs) 33, (suited hands) K4-K2, Q7-Q5, J8, T9, (unsuited hands) A2, K6-K4, Q9, Q8, JT, J9.
Am I right to assume that where it refers to (pairs) 33
it means you can play any pair 3 or above, and where it says (suited hands) K4-K2
it means any two suited cards where a king is one of those cards
I'm also quite surprised that A2os is a strong enough hand, but that's why I read strategy articles written by people who know what they're talking about!