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jeo3 said:Would you say it would be a good idea to tighten up these ranges for a 150bb capped game where most players are usually short and spr is low most of the time? It seems like you would be leaking a little playing these ranges in my typical capped games..,Specifically playing the suited connectors and small pairs from ep and mp.
thnkpositive said:I used to be an online pro and I'm playing some live these days. I found the over limping section helpful because it's quite different to what I've dealt with online.My question is, you mentioned in the limping video that you would generally raise with at max your MP2 range, and then over-limp everything else that was in your standard opening range at a given position.Does that mean in the CO if you faced a limp from the LJ and the HJ that you would over limp a hand like A8o? I ran the equity and vs an estimated 30% limping range for both players excluding the tops of their ranges A8o is breaking even if the game ended preflop. However A8o seems like it's going to do worse at realizing its equity, or do you think that our positional advantage over clearly weaker players is going to cause us to realize more than our fair share of equity?
whoisjoeb said:Went to bed last night thinking that Monday would be a good day to revisit some pre flop study, so I was glad to see this series pop up in the discussion group.Spent about 4 hours working through the videos. They are well laid out, informative and even a veteran who might consider their preflop play as ideal will probably pick up a few adjustments. I built my preflop ranges off of Matt Janda's ranges in his mathmatics of poker book a long ways back and have generally adjusted them to be a bit tighter for live play which puts them fairly close to yours. What I did learn was the spots I should be using a linear 3 betting rage as opposed to a polarized one. I feel I have been defaulting to being polarized more than i have to, so that was definitely cool.Thanks for taking the time to put that out there.
NEO said:Ki - How would you adjust your pre-flop ranges in a 6 handed game?
jeo3 said:do you just type @kilee in the body of the post or is there some other thing you need to do? thanks for the tip bart