When can you coldcall or overlimp

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In this video Lisa explains when and with which hands is it a good choice to be passive preflop and choose cold calling or overlimping.

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  • FishermansFriend

    #1

    Enjoy our new FL strategy video!

    Please keep the comments in English!
  • datsmahname

    #2

    Regarding 87h vs Fish & Tag open limpers.... The assumption that we're dominated by their range seems at first to be a little mubsy.

    I sort of expect that overlimping tendencies among TAGs would vary considerably, and that this situation won't come up very often. As a result its possible that the spot becomes high variance and maybe playing tighter will be good.

    I guess I'm wondering how we should make the distinction between a fold and call in those spots or how to properly justify this fear of domination.

    It feels a little like the situation with a weak ace OOP in NL where whenever you do get action its because you're behind... but different because we're perhaps more likely to get action from worse and with our marginal made hands we can easily be drawn out on.

    /random considerations...

    Can someone make sense of this madness?