Originally Posted by pokerman27
I think 4 betting light at the lower limits is probably a dangerous game overall. I would need to know someone is capable of 3 betting light and how they react/play post flop before I made any moves. That said the maths of the situation remains the same, just remember you're dealing with narrower ranges overall.
Well I say "three bet light" with a pinch of salt. i.e people are capable of 3bing like QKs AJs AQs but these hands can't really stand a 4b b/c the 4b range of most people in 10NL is just AA,KK,AK and probably QQ.
For example i'm at a table now with a reg who 3b 7% over 500 hands. It's not a big 3b % but if I 4b he will probably have to fold everything but AA-QQ and AK (unless he cottons on) which means hes folding like 75% of the time.
Originally Posted by Pascal LeFiscal
4 bet folding at 100bb tables doesn't sound good at all
If they 5b it's probably gonna be AA,KK,QQ,AK so I can 4b to $2.10 and then fold if they jam for another $7.90. I don't think many people flat 4bets, even if they do I have flop equity and can just assume they have AA or KK anyway.
I dunno I was just entertaining the idea.