I was clearly talking about cash games Switch and see my post in strat section for end game of donkaments (it's called RIO and other stuff...) where I clearly say that raise/stealing is our bread and butter. I know how to play donkaments.
And yes I've hit quads countless times with low pp after raising preflop for big cash but it doesn't matter: you said that limping into a pot is bad and I said that no, it has it's place sometimes, unless you completly hate set-equity on a loose table with 250+bb effective stacks. Raising 33 in EP still sucks if you know you're getting 4-5 overcalls after you limp, period.
And cards are not dependant on what I will do in late position if it's raised to me in cash games and in donkaments. The hell with folding 22 if the blinds are folding 60 % or more of the time, I'm raising ATC here since it is +EV.
Like everything in poker, there should be no "always" and no "never"
Jeff just try raising each time you are first to enter pot with a pp.
No, this is positional and situational. But yes, limping PP in tournaments rarely has its place, in cash games, it has its place, but not always.