3 limpers = shove with any hand on SHC?

    • midgetjay
      midgetjay
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      I was looking at some SSS Sample Hands and I noticed that one of the judges said that you can push with any hand on the SHC when there's 3 or more limpers in the pot pre-flop. I couldn't seem to find it in any of the SSS articles (maybe I overlooked it), but is this correct?

      (I love fold equity!) :D
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    • xylere
      xylere
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      Hi midgetjay

      There is no article about it, but the reason is very simple
      After 3 limpers you have to raise 4 + 3, which makes you committed to any flop
      Limping is usually weak, but you have to pay attention to the first limper. if someone is limping stronger hands, make a note and adjust. The first limper is most important, because the rest represent deadmoney very often.
    • midgetjay
      midgetjay
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      Thanks xylere! I understand the logic behind it now.

      (Off topic: Re-readind the articles realy does help. I often catch a lot of stuff that I somehow missed the first couple of times. Don't ask me how, lol)
    • xylere
      xylere
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      Yes, rereading helps a lot. Besides, it doesn't take that much time)