Originally Posted by Shoestringx
I understand that you want your opponents to chase and thats how you get money from them. But when the entire table is willing to chase any ridiculous draw at all, all the way to the river, then it takes all the skill out of the game and reduces it to whoever gets luckiest.
Maybe I've just had a few unlucky sessions where I have experienced a higher than average number of suckouts, so I'll probably keep at it awile longer. But I'd still like an answer to my original question, if anyone has progressed through the levels of limit hold'em and has experience to share with me.
I didn't answer your question because I think it's fundamentally flawed. Your outlook seems to be that this is a game about winning pots, but it isn't. It's a game about winning money. If everyone calls all the way to the river but you, and you're skilled, you will win lots of money the times you have something, and you will lose very little the times you don't.
Win money, not pots.
If you're asking at what point people stop chasing all over, I'd say around $1/$2. For what it's worth, I'd play at tables full of chasers every day of the week if I could. I end up sitting at tables where people respect my raises and fold, and it's pretty damn costly.