Originally Posted by swingro
Small pps are goldmine at micros. Open from any position. You just have one thing to keep in mind. You go in big pots only when you hit a set.If not, C-bet if the board is dry or you have a draw like straight draw but this is all for a semibluff. Do not go crazy trying to force your way to the river because you will loose money. When you setmine the goal is to take the opponent stack. If you do not hit just fold. You need a lot of experience to do something else and it is not worth it at micros.
i know what your saying and it is not bad advice but i would counter with this: when people are only playing their hands (aka our villains in the micros) you can actually take pots down a little more then you would think on later streets bc when they have a weak hand/ weak range and they get raised/ aggression they aren't really considering the very important factor of what we are repping or how likely it was that we get to the turn and or river with those hands so if your going to make plays at people when you have reason to think their hand/ range is weak the micros makes more sense to do it in.
Better players are going to consider your range more and consider how good a bluffing
card the turn and river is or isnt so you can't get away with such a wildy wide range in spots as much
but your advice isn't bad just wanted to take it one step beyond that