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Old Yesterday, 08:36 PM   #1
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Completing range from the SB?

In a full ring game what range are you completing from the SB?

I feel like this gets overlooked a lot and I'm curious as to what other players use a guideline here in a full ring game

I want to sharpen my fundamentals , how do the number limpers in front affect our completing range here?
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Old Yesterday, 10:19 PM   #2
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Re: Completing range from the SB?

I feel like we have this thread every now and again, but I'll throw in my $.02 again just for fun.

If there 4 or more limps, I'll probably complete something like all broadways, all connectors, 1 gappers, J8+, pairs up to 88, any 2 suited, and all wheel aces. The better hands get raised obviously. My room also has some bonus full house hands, so I'll also complete any 2 that can hit one of those. (i.e. if 7s full of 4s qualifies for a bonus of $200+, I'll complete 74). That's probably a looser ranger than most here would advocate, but not too out of line. As the number of limpers starts to drop, I'll start throwing out some of the weaker hands, but open up my isoing range.
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Re: Completing range from the SB?

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As the number of limpers starts to drop, I'll start throwing out some of the weaker hands, but open up my isoing range.
so you would complete less often with less limpers in front of you?

I thought we would want a stronger range for situations with many limpers bc we are going to have to beat the field OOP and flop 2p+ a good amount of the time in order to continue
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Old Today, 07:24 AM   #4
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Re: Completing range from the SB?

I think it depends on the game quite a lot.

In a weak/tight games I like to call a lot of trash and stab at dry flops or OTT if the flop checks around.

Sometimes I think it's worth making -EV calls from the SB to keep yourself under the radar at a table full of ''fun players'' or if you're prone to get nervous, bored, etc if you don't play a hand for awhile.

Not sure if +EV, but (besides the obvious stuff) generally I'm completing Ax, Kx, suited cards, connectors, one and two gappers (maybe down to 74), probably most Qx, stuff like J7o.

In weak tight games squeezing trash from SB can be quite profitable also.
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