Low Limit Preflop Odds Question
Hey everyone! I'm a new member but have referred to some threads on here quite often. I mostly play cash (both NL and Low Limit $3/$6) but occasionally will jump in a tournament. Anyways...
I play in a $3/$6 limit game at the local card room. It is almost always an extremely loose passive game, sometimes switching to a loose aggressive game for short times as a result of table tensions that may develop. For the most part, I have broken even playing in this game and have been looking for ways to change that to become a winning player.
I have been exploring preflop pot odds
a little bit more and was wondering if this is pretty sound logic. I have determined (please correct me if I'm wrong!):
4:1 - suited connectors (45 thru JT) flop two pair or better OR a flush and/or straight draw
5:1 - suited one-gap connectors (35 thru QT) flop two pair or better OR a flush and/or straight draw
7:1 - suited cards flop two pair or better OR a flush draw
7:1 - unsuited connectors (45-JT) flop two pair or better OR straight draw.
11:1 - one-gap connectors flop two pair or better OR straight draw.
Since the game is so loose and multiple people are showing down regularly, I wanted to calculate the odds of each of the above hands flopping a big hand or a draw to a bigger hand, NOT including draws where only one of my hole cards is in play.
Using these odds, is it safe to assume that I should see a flop with any suited connectors (45 thru JT) as long as I've got 4:1 pot odds
, any unsuited connectors if I've got 7:1 pot odds, etc.?
Any help is appreciated here, and again, please correct any odds or strategy if I'm incorrect. Thanks!