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Old 10-07-2008, 06:37 PM
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Default Limping behind on the button ?



I hope this replayer thing works for me or else.. im going to watch Trikkurs replyer vid.

Well I been limping behind with relatively weak holdings in multiway pots Axs, small pp, weak SC, medium conecters like J9o/87o down to as weak as Qxs.

I been wery succesfull due to a few hands were i have flopped or turned the nuts overbetshoving river for 150bb in a 4bb pot and getting called by 2nd pair no kicker
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These kind of plays much be less good at PL but still.. is this kind of standard or am i getting a bad habit?

The actual hand isnt that interesting, normally i would have lost instead of chopping here
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Old 10-07-2008, 07:29 PM
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Limping behind /w Axs or small pp is fine. If you are really deep avoid to limp /w small sc, cause flush over flush will be very expensive.
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Anyone think tthat a raise here is better after 2 limpers?
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Old 08-19-2009, 02:52 PM
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I think a raise here would position you to play the hand stronger post flop (and more than likely win you the blinds/limps). I do not favor limping behind here but i don't dislike the play either, but ultimately I feel like I am fishing for a miracle flush or 2 pair when I limp here. At least if I raised I can represent a strong A post flop.
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You can also disguise your hand by limping behind Ax you know. I think limping's fine, although raising is okay also IP. I raise a lot in this spot so I like some stronger hands in my limp range to balance.
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Pretty nitty at first sight, but fold flop.
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obviously you could have raised this pot pre and prob. take it down.
But I don't think that you should that often. raise maybe 1 out of 10.
limping is fine, but what is your goal? I don't think pot control and call down to see a "cheap" SD is right here...You just don't beat any other ace.
You should be looking for a FD, Straight draw plus TP, 2 pair. Anything else should be folded on flop - even if it is kinda weak.
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