# NL bronze - Short Stack Strategy - questions

• Bronze
Joined: 16.06.2007
In Raise size on the third page

"3. If exactly one raise has been made so far and the SHC shows Raise / Reraise, then raise by three times the opposing raise."

So if the blind is 0.10. And the opponent raises to 0.40. Does that mean you re-raise to 1.00 or to 1.30?

On the third page of Short Stack Strategy - Preflop Game, in Reacting to a raise behind you, they tell you when to go all-in after a re-raise behind you. But what to do if you don't go all-in? Call or fold?

Everything else is in my head now
• 2 replies
• Bronze
Joined: 17.01.2007
post the hand in the NL cash game forum and you will get all the help you need
• Bronze
Joined: 25.04.2006
Originally posted by awishformore
So if the blind is 0.10. And the opponent raises to 0.40. Does that mean you re-raise to 1.00 or to 1.30?
3 * the original raise = 3 * 0,4\$ = 1,2\$

On the third page of Short Stack Strategy - Preflop Game, in Reacting to a raise behind you, they tell you when to go all-in after a re-raise behind you. But what to do if you don't go all-in? Call or fold?
fold. you do nearly never call a raise with the sss.