*Split*, this is easily one of my favorite videos ever. I'm posting to expand on why you added small pocket pairs to the ranges at the beginning of the video. You mentioned in passing that Stove doesn't like small pocket pairs, and I have illustrated that with a series of screenshots that show what you were talking about.
Pokerstove rates hands based on their preflop all in equity against a random hand, or something like that. Consequently, what PokerStove considers to be a top 25% hand, especially at the bottom of people's ranges, starts to lose touch with what people are actually playing.
Here's what Stove considers top 10%
I don't have much problem with this range, but I suspect that your average TAg who raises a positionally weighted 10% is raising 66 and 77 earlier than he is raising ATs and A9s (I know I do).
To add 77 to somebody's raising range, you have to dip down to top 15%:
And to add 66, you have to dip down close to the top 25%
77 and 66 are basically interchangeable to people who raise them, but in order to get a range that stove says includes both of them, you also have to add in the remaining suited aces, ragged suited kings and even J8s. This, again, does not accurately reflect most people's raising ranges.
This is a big variation from what people are playing versus what Stove says are the top 25% hands. People are not making a mistake, they are just playing hands that can flop big. If you raise K6s, get called and flop a K, bet and get action, you stand to get yourself dominated and lose big. 66 and 77, by contrast, are easier to play, since real poker is not run hot and cold like Stove.
Stove consistently undervalues small pocket pairs. To add 55 and 44 to a raising range, you have to dip down to the top 37%
Look at all the trash that gets added to a raising range in order to add in 33, which Stove adds at the top 50% mark.
And people who raise 22 are not also raising T3s interchangeably with 22. In this last screenshot I have circled all of the trash that Stove ranked higher than the small pocket pairs from 55-22. Stove adds 22 at the top 60% mark.
I'm not knocking Stove; I love it and I think it's great. But you have to independently evaluate the starting hand ranges it considers as superior to the small pocket pairs, as it starts to undervalue pocket pairs at 77 and gets worse as the pocket pairs get smaller.
The fix for this is to do work away from the table, and come up with your own stock ranges for what you think a top 15%, 20% and 25% raising range really looks like.