If there has been a raise before you, the following questions become relevant:

Who raised?
From which position was the raise made from?
Have other players entered the pot?
Where are you sitting?
What cards do you have?
Who is acting behind you?
Do you have the relative position post-flop on the current aggressor?
Are you playing short-handed or full-ring?
It is not easy to view all of these points at once, so we will analyse how your playing style changes in different situations with the help of specific hand samples. For instance, we’ll examine how your play changes in different positions, or with certain reads on your opponents.

As reads are a very wide topic, we will only use three values here: VPIP, PFR and AF. These values show how often a player enters the hand pre-flop, how often he raises and how aggressive he is post-flop. Further values can of course be helpful in many situations, but they would only make things more complicated.