UTG AJ, KQ
A9s, K9s, QTs, JTs, T9s (13.4%)
EP AJ, KJ, QJ, JT, T9
Axs, K9s, Q9s, J8s, T8s, 97s, 87s, 76s (21.6%)
MP/SB AT, KT, QT, J9, T9, 98
Axs, Kxs, Q6s, J7s, T7s, 96s, 86s, 75s, 65s, 54s (31.2%)
CO A4, K9, Q8, J7, T7, 97, 86, 75, 64, 54
Axs, Kxs, Qxs, Jxs, Txs, 94s, 84s, 74s, 63s, 53s, 43s (57.2%)
BU AX, Kx, Q4, J6, T6, 96, 85, 74, 64, 53, 43
Any 2 Suited Cards (78.3%)
I almost always open raise to just under 3x the big blind. 1 Limper 3x, 2 Limper 4x etc...
Obviously tightest under the gun only playing about 13% of starting hands. On the button however, a raise would only indicate that I hold 2 cards.
The game I play is NL 5; 3 tables. My range will change slightly based on table dynamics but this is what I generally do. It appears to be a lose strategy but really I am trying to play lose for the small money and tight for the big money. My range also puts a big emphasis on suited connects vs playing dominated type hands to much.
Looking foward to hearing some comments on this strategy. Remember when commenting that i am trying to give off a bit of a wild player image to get my big hands payed off...LizaBuv