Originally Posted by QuickTwist
Ironicly I just read this not 2 days ago in Daniel Negreanus book Hold'em wisdom for all players. It was hard for me to conceptualise just how far this line of thinking can go until I saw what Ray Zee said about this hand in particular: what does he know that I know that he know that I know that he know that I know that he know that I know that... anyways you get the picture. Truth is truth I guess.
Sure, but ideally you want to be thinking one level above your opponent in any given situation. A level 1 villain will beat a level 0 villain, while a level 2 villain will level himself into making mistakes vs the level 0.
And at 5nl zoom I'd reckon most opponents are on level 0. As I said, I don't think we should think too much about our perceived range vs an unknown 5nl zoom villain.