Also developing reads. I think the assumption was that this fell under putting opponents on ranges, but most reads have more to do with how do they play their range rather than what their range is.
Originally Posted by OngBonga
Also, exploiting based on those reads and making other adjustments (to table dynamics, etc.).
Also, forming ranges for yourself and adjusting them in ways that make it difficult for you to be exploited and that maximize profit for the top of your range.
Also, bankroll management. Like all things in poker, this is more complicated than the 20BI's rule and all that stuff.
If you add to the above tilt control (which involves about a trillion sub-categories) and putting your opponent on a range, then I think you have my 6 categories. There is also tells (especially live) and table/seat selection, but those are so relatively minor.