Now for all of us these may sound weird or hand to understand because we can't see opponents cards , but there a reasoning behind this theorem if you want to know more about read David's book or you can just Wiki search the Theorem yourself and read it, (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fundamental_theorem_of_poker) but there's a lot more stuff on the book that really for me at least made a difference
SKLANSKY'S STARTING HAND RANKINGS
|RANK||HOLE CARDS||PLAYABLE POSITIONS|
|1||AA, KK, QQ, JJ, AKs||Early, Middle, Late|
|2||TT, AQs, AJs, KQs, AK||Early, Middle, Late.|
|3||99, JTs, QJs, KJs, ATs, AQ||Early, Middle, Late|
|4||T9s, KQ, 88, QTs, 98s, J9s, AJ, KTs||Early, Middle, Late|
|5||77, 87s, Q9s, T8s, KJ, QJ, JT, 76s, 97s, Axs, 65s||Early*, Middle, Late|
|6||66, AT, 55, 86s, KT, QT, 54s, K9s, J8s, 75s||Middle**, Late|
|7||44, J9, 64s, T9, 53s, 33, 98, 43s, 22, Kxs, T7s, Q8s||Late***|
|8||87, A9, Q9, 76, 42s, 32s, 96s, 85s, J8, J7s, 65, 54, 74s, K9, T8|
* Playable in early position if game is loose/passive.
** Playable in middle position if game is loose/passive.
***Playable in late position if you are the first to bet.