Pus or Fold Charts

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    • TinovderLaan
      TinovderLaan
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      Joined: 25.10.2010 Posts: 70
      It somewhat depends on what reads you have and what limit you play. In the micro limits, I've found that many players limp in just to see a 'cheap' flop (they just don't realize limping is 20% of their stack), so you still have a lot of fold equity against them.

      Limping is weak, make use of it and raise him with a plethora of good enough hands (maybe tighten up just a little bit just in case). Personally I'd go with the normal push chart (though maybe slightly tighter than normal) and use the rebound chart when someone open-raises (or open-shoves, more likely).

      Whatever you do though, don't call even if you have a real monster. Trapping just doesn't work against bad players (and they also won't be trapping). Just go with your hand and hope for the best if he does call.

      That's just how I would do it at least in the micro limits, where many people don't know about odds and stack sizes and reading players, only about hole cards.
    • Steelbrewer
      Steelbrewer
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      Joined: 22.04.2009 Posts: 580
      More often than not limpier may be counted as a dead money.