Well, I'm going to tell you Position matters in Limit! If you don't think it is... go from your normal 3-6 game down to a .5/1.00 game and Raise while on the button EVERYTIME!!! Daniel said to do this in one of his old articles.http://www.fullconta...es.php?id=00003
---Doesn't talk about raising on the button, but a good read, similarhttp://www.fullconta...es.php?id=00005
---This one talks about raising on the buttonBoth of these are good, I've done these types of things in my home games, If you lose your money you're learning a lesson. It's strange... I think I learned 3x as many things while playing like this, you get to see how people react to YOU, thats what I want at a table, and the best part about it is. They REMEMBER this, we had a guy play with one one game, he got busted out within the first 2 hours, this was on a day I was having fun for the first few hours, He played with us about 2 months later, and He sat down and looked at me. First words out of his mouth "Oh The Crazy Guy is playing again!?!?" Its not something that will affect your play for just ONE day it is your entire image, people remember this and your respect is altered. These are just observations and opinions on the matter, But I still think that Position is extremely important, to prove it, perhaps you should try things like this in a game lower than what you normally play.It is also more evident in B&M games, not as much in online play.
"Here are my rules: what can be done with one substance must never be done with another. No two materials are alike. No two sites on earth are alike. No two buildings have the same purpose. The purpose, the site, the material determine the shape. Nothing can be reasonable or beautiful unless its made by one central idea, and the idea sets every detail. A building is alive, like a man." - The Fountainhead.