A thought occurred to me the last time I was playing $1/3 at Ameristar in Blackhawk, Colorado. As some of you may know, there is a $100 cap on betting in Blackhawk, which means the most you can bet at any given time is $100, and the max you can raise is by adding $100 on top of a previous bet.
Now I'm sure this limit effects the game in a multitude of ways I'm not even aware of, but I'm curious to hear thoughts on this one potential effect.
I was on the button with KQo and I stopped myself from squeezing because of the $100 limit. There was a smallish raise from EP to $10 and 2 callers before it got to me. My inclination was to squeeze to $60 but I didn't because if I got even one caller, the bet size limit to pot ratio would have been less than 1! (SPR is useless in this spread limit game because I can't bet the effective stack, I can only bet $100).
So are squeeze plays effectively dead in this game?
What are we changing when the bet size to pot ratio is always so small?
In what other ways does this $100 limit change theory in common spots?