Originally Posted by sindri_93
Stick with .5/.10 imo.
I know u didnt ask but if i where u i would try to close the gap between VPIP and PFR by raising instead of limping alot of your hands.
I actually don't limp too often. Only small pocket pairs really. I do however love to cold-call players raises when I have position. My position calling range is a lot wider than my open limping range. So far, the tendency of being squeezed PF has been relatively low(Possibly been lucky here). I'm sure that I will have to cut it out eventually as I move up more, but right now, I love it too much. Actually, I'm not sure this even affects the gap between VPIP and PFR. If not, I will probably start changing something in my game soon because I realize those two stats are pretty far apart. They definitely seem a lot closer when I have my HUD running though.
So I guess I am just going to stick to 5/10 for now. I might take another shot when my BR hits 17-18 BI's or so again. The only reason I was playing at 10/25 in the first place was to buffer the hits that my BR took from 5/10 swings. I know, I know, Stupid thing to do, but at the time my BR was over $600 and could handle 10/25. (It is low right now for reasons other than this)