re: Poker & Anyone play Limit Hold Em? Quick Question
Ed Miller wrote a book on low limit play. It varies drastically from Jennifer Harmon's Limit Hold 'em section of Super System 2.
Jennifer plays huge, deep stack limit games.
In lower limit play, remember to punish early, and play very fast. High pairs are a made hand, and lose value with callers. (In other wordes they play better heads up). Drawing hands gain equity with multiple callers.
So if you play no-limit, slightly and I mean slightly, decrease the value of big pairs, play them for as much as you can get into the pot preflop, and be prepared to bail, when the board tells
Again comparing no-limit, increase the value of middle suited connectors and drawing hands. They play well in this type of game.
After the flop, remeber that your opponents may be getting the right price to draw to almost anything. So punish them early, while you still have the best hand. In the long run it will pay off.