Originally Posted by t1riel
The general rule is if the table is playing loose aggressive, play tight-passive (or even aggressive). If the table is playing tight-passive, play loose-aggressive.
Hi t1riel, I'm reading your answer and I'm trying to make sense of it.
You are saying:
1. If the table is playing Loose/Aggressive, then it should be countered with Tight/Passive.
2. If the table is playing Tight/Passive, then it should be countered with Loose /Aggressive.
So, for example, if a table consists of two players: one is loose/aggressive, and the other is tight/passive. You are saying that they are countering each other?
It seems contradictory to me.