Originally Posted by Grinder
I will go as low as 10J suited,KQ suited ,Aq suited
You should try changing this part of your range. Instead of playing hands like KQ or AQ, use 76s/65s. The problem with KQ/AQ is when someone does decide to play the 3bet pot with you, they can easily have your hand in trouble. KQ more than AQ, but the reason for excluding AQ I'll touch in a second.
With a hand like 76/65 you have something else going for you. After 3betting, people generally estimate your range as being very tight and very strong, including lots of big aces, big pairs. When you have these middle suited cards, the flop comes A x x, you can rep that ace so well. Whether or not you have it doesn't really matter, because villain will almost always give you credit for it. Also, when the flop comes with you flopping great, be it trips, two pair, or a strong draw, they aren't really going to think you connected on that board, so you might end up stacking someone with an overpair who "knows" you're sitting there with AK trying to bluff them.
Then after showing down a hand where you 3bet with 65s, most villains are going to think, omg this guy 3bets with any two! So now when you 3bet with the value portion of your range, you've gained equity from the extra action you'll receive due to 3betting with SC's.