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    • strat9
      Joined: 06.02.2008 Posts: 511
      I have 13 - 24 BB in my stack. If I have a hand, say AJ on the button, and one person limps. AJ is not a hand to raise with on the SHC, but it is a hand to stealraise and blind steal with on the stealraise chart. What if one person limps? Do I fold? If the hand is good enough to steal a blind or a raise, why would I fold to a limp in this situation? I guess my question is, should I push with exactly one limper, raise like normal, or fold? And what would be the reasoning behind the move?

      I looked through the articles and the forum and could not find this situation covered. If I missed it or am not getting something I should, I apologize.

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