Shorthanded HORSE cash game
What adjustments do you make for shorthanded mixed limit cash games such as HORSE?
I've heard a few general things. For split pot games, it becomes more profitable and necessary to include more high-only hands and loosen up your low requirements to include non-nut potential low draws. Do you agree?
What about limping vs. raising? Does the tendency for limit games to be more post-flop/post-3rd street oriented mean that you open up your range by limping in more or do you keep pounding the early streets to build the pots (of course then you give your opponents better odds
to call later streets)?
What about game specific points? Opening up in Hold'em is different than Omaha-8, than Razz, than Stud, and than Stud-8. Any recommendations for certain games?
Just looking for a little feedback. Granted this isn't something most people here probably play but I figure a couple people at least should have some knowledge about it.