This is a modified list
One note about starting hand lists for holdem: there is no definitive list. A starting hands' value depends on a number of variables, which include: table dynamics, number of players in the hand already, your position relative to the button and opponents who have entered the pot, the styles of those in the pot, or who could enter the pot (especially the two players to your immediate left), your stack size, the size of the blinds, and finally, whether or not the hand is better played in a multiway pot, or heads up. A starting hand either has a positive expectation in the particular situation when you hold that hand or it doesn't. It is often mathematically correct to play a hand in one round, then fold the exact same hand preflop in the next round. If your starting hand doesn't have a positive expectation for that moment, or if your hand doesn't have huge implied odds, then it should be folded.
First in: Bet 3-4xBB, never raising 2xBB ~ you
need to limit field and discourage drawing hands from entering pot, plus
you don't want to give the random BB (big blind) a free shot at you.
If limpers: the equation is to add up the pot,
then add 2-4XBB and that is your bet. ie. blinds at 25/50, you have AA,
there were 2 limpers ahead of you, your bet would be 100 (2 limpers calls)
+ 150 (3xBB) = 250
First in: Bet 3-4xBB ~ as
with AA/KK you need to limit field and discourage drawing hands from entering
pot, plus you don't want to give the random BB a free shot at you.
Furthermore, you'll define the hands preflop if called or raised.
If limpers: early in sng, ok to limp, however,
if you decide to raise you must raise per equation for limpers (see above),
otherwise, if you raise the typical NL raise of 3xBB (or worse) then you're
giving limpers a free shot at you with pathetic preflop raise and one
of the fish will outflop you. Don't say you weren't warned.
First in: raise 2.5-4xBB, the smaller the blinds, the more players, the larger the preflop raise. You want to play these hands heads up from early position since you'll be out of position postflop.
First in: raise 2.5-4xBB
First in: raise 2.5-4xBB, never limping with these
from late position in unopened pot
Raised pot: call or push or fold (depends), same with QQ, btw
Early Position (at full table):
First in: make typical raise
Raised pot: easy fold at full table unless it's a blind steal. Call or reraise LAG raise coming from any position, especially while in BB and especially with KQ suited or not.
First in: limp at full table, raise short table
Raised pot: call small raise, reraise or push from blinds (depends)
Limpers: limp or raise
Play at your own risk.
The rest of the hands are trash hands (Kx suited), and are always fold-worthy at full tables.
The hands not discussed here, suited connectors, the connectors and gappers, are too difficult for most to play properly, and if you are familiar with starting hand values and the math behind playing each hand under all the different circumstances you'll face with each one, then you already know what to do and when to do it, so it would be redundant to discuss those specific hands here, and, those hands are really outside the scope of this list. "Tight is Right" - learn this list and you can't lose, as it's a mathematical certainty.