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Benefits of Limping in early position verse a weak   0   
My view on why its better to limp with strong hands verse a weak table especially in early position
http://poker.codexfind.com/story.php?title=limping-in-e...
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ban OP pls

     
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Yep, pretty much everything that's wrong to do in poker is well summed up in that article.

you let me know when you play so I can take your moniez, thx Tongue

     
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ok. sorry.. Disagree

     
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Did you wright that cyberbabel?
First the actuall idea is no that bad, in short, if you know a player will raise then yes you can limp.
But you would be much better moving tables than to resort to this sort of play.

     
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Hi cyberbabel.

My point of view. Limp strong hands is one of the worst mistakes you can do. Moves like this can do a good profit at the begining, but not fot too long (if someone do this to me, i quickly put a note in the player).

Bye!!

     
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i am shore that cyberbabel has no idea about strategic ways of playing like SSS or BSS!
because i see he does not realise the danger of limping or raising a bit in order to steal a blind!
i shall patiently wait for medium strong pair or high card combinations and show him a lesson about steal-resteal situations Tongue

     
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Passive poker is allway easier to beat than aggressiv play. So continue limping. Big Smile

I guess it is a lot of fun if you have aggressive players in late positions.

     
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The only thing that happens when you limp with a strong hand is you get screwed. If you imp with KK, you have no idea what your opponent. They maybe be holding 7 2 and the flop comes with 7 7 2. The only one who will be getting commited to the hand is YOU. BEcause you had a monster hand and now you don't want to waste it. KK doen't come to often, it would be ashame to play it like this especially as there's a good chance your weak opponent will flop a good hand. Your chance to flop a K? 2 Outs.... from the whole deck 2 outs...Raise that s**t when you have KK pls Smile

     
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Posted by cyberbabel:
My view on why its better to limp with strong hands verse a weak table especially in early position
http://poker.codexfind.com/story.php?title=limping-in-e...
Confused
Big Smile

if you limp and miss and someone goes all in that could be the end of the tourney

     
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Playing $5/10 NL once, get 9-6o in big blind, UTG limps in with AA - probably expecting a raise. Everyone folds including SB! I check. Flop is 875 with two suited cards. I bet out and he raises, so I re-raise and he re-raises etc etc until both stacks are in the middle. I won.

Never slow-play monsters unless you expect a raise with a bunch of aggressive players, if none happens play that hand carefully!

     
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Posted by mahdrof:
Playing $5/10 NL once, get 9-6o in big blind, UTG limps in with AA - probably expecting a raise. Everyone folds including SB! I check. Flop is 875 with two suited cards. I bet out and he raises, so I re-raise and he re-raises etc etc until both stacks are in the middle. I won.

Never slow-play monsters unless you expect a raise with a bunch of aggressive players, if none happens play that hand carefully!

Something very similar append to me yesterday, except that I was holding the rockets and raised 6 BB out of position (SB or BB I think). Some guy calls me and the flop brings 7K6. I bet the pot and he calls, making me think he has a K! The river is a 8 and I bet the pot again, he raises and I put the final cents to go all in. He had 9 10!
Aww crap!
Be aware... There are people willing to pay 6BB with 9 10! Confused

     
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