[NL2-NL10] NL10 SH - 66 x loose players

    • Tosh5457
      Tosh5457
      Bronze
      Joined: 18.01.2008 Posts: 3,062
      Titan Poker 0.10/0.20, hand converted by the iPoker Converter at Talking-Poker

      saw flop

      Button Hero ($10.25)
      SB shhyyy13 ($10.00)
      BB wolverine299 ($8.58)
      UTG Zanhalo007 ($5.18)
      UTG+1 hatricklarkin ($9.53)
      CO Gorez4444 ($2.44)

      Preflop: Hero is on the Button with 6:diamond: 6:spade:
      2 folds, Gorez4444 calls 0.10, Hero raises to 0.50, shhyyy13 calls 0.45, 1 fold, Gorez4444 calls 0.40.

      Flop (1.60) 5:diamond: J:diamond: 2:club:
      shhyyy13 checks, Gorez4444 bets 0.60, 1 fold, shhyyy13 moves all-in for 9.50, Gorez4444 moves all-in for 1.34.

      Turn (13.04) K:heart:

      River (13.04) 8:heart:

      Gorez4444 shows K:diamond: J:heart:
      shhyyy13 shows J:club: A:club:

      Gorez4444 wins 13.04 with Two pair, Kings and Jacks with a Eight for a kicker

      I'm having problems with pocket pairs like 77-, because like at this table I usually got loose players on my left, and the limper in this case was loose too.
      I think I'm just gonna start limping with low pocket pairs...

      But then there's another thing: Everybody says open limping on SH is bad, but for example I get 33 on MP and the players on my left call a lot. Is it still worth raising? I've been folding in these cases, not even limping...
  • 1 reply
    • swissmoumout
      swissmoumout
      Bronze
      Joined: 23.02.2007 Posts: 3,385
      Hi Tosh,
      Don't iso-raise against such short players, you'll usually face a flop shove and don't have odds to play for set value. It's better if the limper has 35+BB.
      Concerning your question: If the opponents on your left are extremely loose preflop, but tight postflop, then yes, you can limp small pairs - although usually they will also call down very light so you can go ahead and raise your pocket pairs for set value.
      Hope it helps :)

      Btw, I hear hasenbraten's videos are very good (and there are other probably very good ones too), and you definitely have to watch videos, regardless of what game or limit you're playing. It's one of the best ways of learning what hands to play in what situation, etc.

      Regards,
      Craig