Originally Posted by nderivera
I want to broaden my starting hand selection. What preflop odds should I have to play gap suited? TY=)
You didn't mention what games you're playing so I'll assume we're talking about low/micro stakes NLHE. If that's the case then you don't need to broaden starting hands. You should probably tighten up.
That being said, you can probably get away with playing 1-2 gappers behind 2+ limpers or in a raised pot (3-4xBB) with 2-3 callers. If it's folded to you then you can raise in late position or from the SB.
This is all assuming that you're going to play well after the flop. Don't push your bottom two pairs, dummy straights, or low flushes like the nuts.