Play tight in early position, and try to see a bunch of cheap flops from late position with implied odds hands since the chances of 3-bet or raise at that point are much lower. (I'm assuming live play where open limit a fair amount of the time).
Suited 1 gappers, 2 gappers, and small pocket pairs go up in value when people are sitting 200BB, since you can flop a concealed monster, or big combo draw. That being said, do not be carried away. Get in there cheap, and preferably a hand that is multi-way with a tight raiser.
Basically assuming a 3x or 4x BB raise, you're investing 3%-4% of your stack or 1% in a limped pot, in order to stack your opponent in a cooler situation or when they cannot fold AA or KK post flop. (Happens more in live play)
Situations below are some good examples.
Jc 9s 7d
You hold Td8d
Villain raised with JdJs
hard for villain to get away from top set.
2c 4c Ah
You hold 3c5c
Villain raised AdAs
Ah Kc 2s
You hold 2c2d
Villain raised AsKs
Once again the key is position, multi-way action, and seeing cheap flops with big implied odds hand. Flop the something nuttish or GTFO.