# R1/C/R/C3 Meanings in the FL FR Approx chart?

• Bronze
Joined: 02.07.2008
Can someone explain the meanings exactly?
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• Bronze
Joined: 08.07.2007
R -> Raise, no matter what
C -> Call, no matter what

R1 -> Raise after (at most) 1 limper
C3 -> Call only if you have 3 limpers (or more)

The "/" separates the case of facing limpers / facing a raise (and callers).

But... the FR approx chart is outdated, so you should use the Bronze FR charts (7-charts).
• Bronze
Joined: 02.07.2008
You missed one...

R0 - ?
• Bronze
Joined: 25.10.2006
He didn't missed it because you didn't ask for it
Why are you using this chart? It's old.

Rx means raise if x or less limped.
x = 0 - Raise if no one limped.
x = 1 - Raise if 1 or less limped

Cx means call if x or more limped
x = 3 - Call if 3 or more calls before you.
• Bronze
Joined: 25.03.2005
Hi zivkoleo,

don't use this specific chart anymore. It's outdated and the other FR charts are way better.

This chart was the first here at Ps.com (well there were a few updates about it) at a time where the microlimits were very passive. (3 years+ ago.)
With it you are way to passive today.
• Bronze
Joined: 02.07.2008
Actually I was planning on using it, but now that you warned me, I won't. :-)
So for FR the 7chart and for SH the approx, right?
• Bronze
Joined: 25.03.2005
You can use the chart (1) from approx for FR as well. It list's UTG-MP1 in there as well.

EDIT: That's only openraise. What is chart (7) for FR ? For SH it's the BB defend.
• Bronze
Joined: 08.07.2007
Originally posted by ciRith
EDIT: That's only openraise. What is chart (7) for FR ? For SH it's the BB defend.
He is not referring to the chart (7), but rather to the Bronze charts, which are called 7-charts in the article (obv because there are seven bronze charts).