In AZ, true no limit isn't legal, so they have these spread limit games to simulate NLH
In 3/5, it's almost exactly the same game as regular 2/5 or 5/5, because its $300-$1000 buyin, max bet $500
You rarely get into spots when you have to bet more than $500 at a time
The most annoying thing about the 3/5 is that only 4 bets are allowed on each street, so you can't 5-bet pre-flop. I like those pre-flop raising wars, so sometimes it gets in the way of that. The 4 bets per street thing is the only other main difference between this spread limit game and NL.
But for the 5/10 game, when people buy in for $2k, the max bet is still $500
That screws up regular betting in 3bet pots (you'll often be betting bigger than $500 by the river)
And obviously, it screws up the 3-bet 4-bet 5-bet wars even more than it does in 3/5
And you lose the concept of stack leverage when you bet an amount on the turn to threaten a river shove
Or when the pot just gets bloated on earlier streets due to flop or turn raises, you can't bet an amount that would be appropriate for the large pot size on the river
So what would you do different to adjust for this type of game?