Hello guys. What are the main adjustments for low limits, giving the fact NL 25 / NL 50 are tight limits. So for example the main adjustment would be overfolding at these limits.
Where do you adjust the most preflop / postflop?
Does it mean we should not have many bluffs in our 3 betting and 4 betting range preflop? We should have tighter 4-betting strategy, becuase at these limits people will not 3-bet enough? And we should also be 3 betting slightly tighter?
How would a Solver adjust to these limits? Thank you for answers.
Please give me a detailed adjustment, or an example like AT NL100 I am already 3 betting 55 and 66 from SB vs BTN and not at these low limits.
Thank you -:)
April 13, 2019 | 5:03 a.m.
Blinds: $0.05/$0.10 (6 Players)
BTN: $9,71 (Hero)
Hero is in the BB with KsQs.
UTG folds, MP folds, CO raises to 0,30$, BTN calls 0.30$, SB SQZ to 1,30, BB (hero) calls 1,20$, CO and BTN folds.
Flop (4,20$) 7h Qd 8c
SB snap bets 3.30$, BB (hero) folds.
My first question here is, do we call pre, if we are not closing the action and we have a shortstack CO behind, that might shove?
My information on CO is he was a fish that´s why I decided to call the SQZ hoping CO will call too.
We don´t have much info on the SB SQZer, haven´t seen him playing before. The only info was he snap bets the flop with 78,51% bet.
Do we call the flop once? I ended up folding the flop to not become commited on the turn, with the fact that we dont have a spade backdoor flush draw. Also I think in the best case scenario here our opponent has TT, JJ, AK or AJo. Is my thinking correct here? Whats your approach on this hand. Thank you.