Join Date: Jul 2012
6/12 How do I get you aloneeee
Very common situation. 1 limper in EP, we are in the CO/BTN. Assume all players after us are loose (blinds defend 60%, BTN might cold-call something like 40%). Assume little postflop fold-equity, and that we play better than all 3 or 4 of our opponents.
Question: How much hot-cold equity do want preflop to make raising ideal? (And probably the better question is, how much edge?) Theoretically, with 4 people including ourselves, >25% suffices, but SSHE suggests exploiting bigger edges in it's description of the TT hand on a 876 board. How big of an edge should we want?
P1 (limper): 37% of hands
P2 (sb): 60% of hands.
P3 (BB): 60% of hands
Question: Are there any hands we should limp here on the CO/BTN?
Question: Comments on my current strategy? (I iso-raise with as bad as A3o, but try to keep it at A7o or better. I iso with K7s, JTo, and 87s. I limp with 55-.) My postflop strategy involves betting flops in which I have reasonable equity (gutters, OESD, overs), checking ones in which I have very little (single over card and complete whiffs), and no slowplay.