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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.

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March 20, 2019 | 10:02 a.m.

My bad, I made a mistake, I am in the BB ofc.

March 19, 2019 | 11:21 a.m.

Thank you for the answers guys, much appreciated.

March 19, 2019 | 11:20 a.m.

Blinds: $0.05/$0.10 (6 Players)
BTN: $9,71 (Hero)
SB: $11,37
BB: $10,13
UTG: $11,22
MP: $10,13
CO: $5,22

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.

March 18, 2019 | 7:51 p.m.

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