I'd like to know what's the general opinion about loose players that have 40BB to start with and that all their play is limp, call PF raise, donk shove. A 35BB shove doesn't look much but they usually build their stack early on and the shoves then go to 70BB-100BB.
I'm not sure what they are doing. I've seen them shoving any flop that is dry with a high card, has some kind of draw, has a possible straight or flush.
I usually tight my range and fold if they limp in unless I have suited broadway, AJ+ KQ+ TT+. But I have split feelings about it, on one hand I feel I'm missing value, on the other hand I feel it's not worth the risk of folding a large number of hands either PF or flop against them.
Any thoughts and strategies?