I love all of this analysis, but boy does reading through it make my head spin. It’s hard to think that way playing in some quicker online games. All of this deep analysis feels like it would make bigger strides in live games where you can take a few more seconds to think it through.
It would be nice to have a discussion on simpler ways to evaluate and manage bluffs and value plays in your range and trying to calculate that for your opponent.
As for this, in a cash/ring game, this seems fine, although some players (like me) will pay attention to this. In a tourney or SnG, where maintaining a table image is vital, I keep the same raise the entire time, whether it’s 3x, 4x, or whatever, or if I switch, it’s an in-game adjustment. That way, you may be able to get value on later streets if opponents believe you can 4x with less than premium hands or suited connectors.
Obviously, you made an adjustment. But, as previously said, mixing up raises may work against you instead of for you, as it would limit your range.