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MSS at Short-Handed Tables: Preflop
IntroductionIn this article
- MSS preflop play at short-handed tables
- Preflop open raise ranges
- Preflop 3-bet ranges
- 4-bet ranges when facing a 3-bet or a resteal
- Bet sizing in different preflop situations
MSS articles are generally about full ring play, yet there are a number of problems that players face when moving up to higher limits. The following problems in particular push players to switch to short-handed tables:
- It becomes harder to find full ring tables to play at, especially for multi-tablers
- The field gets tougher and tougher, although at full ring tables such a tendency begins at significantly lower limits
- Players want to play a more loose-aggressive style and have more room to manoeuver
In this article, I’ll justify my own point of view about MSS preflop play at short-handed tables, without paying attention to opponents’ statistics. In the next articles, you can read about statistics and how, in my opinion, you should adjust your ranges according to the type of opponents you have on your left.
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