Too Strict of Starting Hands?
I'm noticing I'm folding a lot, and I mean A LOT. I've generally only played about 10-15% of the hands I'm dealt when at a full table, I loosen up my chart a lot when playing at a shorter table (6 or less) but when I'm anything higher than that I stick to a very strict guideline.
Raise w/ = AA, KK, QQ, JJ, AKs
Call w/ = TT, 99, AKo, AQo
Raise w/ = AA-88, AKs, AQs, AKo, AQo
Call w/ = 77-44, AJs, ATs, KQs, KJs, KQo
Raise w/ = AA-77, AKs, AQs, AJs, KQs, KJs, QJs, AKo, AQo, AJo, KQo, KJo, QJo
Call w/ = 66-22, Any two-suited connectors, JTo
I obviously will change these up depending on how I'm perceived at the table, how the table is playing, and my stack size in comparison to the blinds...but in a hypothetical situation where blinds weren't affecting players, the table is completely mixed, and I'm perceived as an unknown how is this for starting hands?
Is this too tight, too loose? I'd love some feedback as I've been getting some decent results but feel like I could defiantly be hitting more flops than I am at the moment.