I'm a relatively new player and recently been playing .5/$1 limit hold em at a local card club. I have to say that I enjoy this more than on-line NLHE because my money last longer, it's more social, and I learn lessons much easier.
My question is with strategy. I find that people go with some pretty loose hands. I remember when I lost one hand with trip 10s, 1 10 in the pocket with ace kicker, to a player who hit full-house with poket 10,2.
So, should one generally play more loose in limit, than in no-limit?
But it's not all beats. I learned that most plays go all the way to the river and, because the raises are fixed, and was able to beat a bluff with a pair of aces. That was quite nice! I was certain that the other player had at least 2 pair, possibly a high straight. I guess with pot odds
, once you are beyond a certain point and you have a chance to win, you should go all the way to the end.
Sorry for the lack of correct lingo. I'm new here