Seems like solvers have a very mixed strategy in SB vs BB where it will split most hands into both a limping and raising range. This allows us to limp in with very weak hands and see flops cheap. However, I find this very difficult to implement in practice as people are so happy to raise a SB limp in the BB, and humans cant randomize enough to make limping with strong hands efficient. The more practical strategy is to simply raise all hands in the SB to a pot/3x sizing that are +ev and fold everything else, thus missing out on small EV with weak hands that should be limped. I was wondering what everyone else is doing. Have you been raise/folding in the SB vs BB, have you tried limping to see what happens?