Originally Posted by Deceitful_Frank
Wouldn't that make it impossible to trap with a small pocket pair?
If I stopped limping with SC (I hardly ever anyway)
Take these 2 statements together and tell me who you're trapping when you limp/call? You said yourself you almost always have a small pair. So it's actually pretty easy for people to play perfectly against you with position postflop. They cbet and you fold your missed set or you try to build a pot when you flop your set. Smart players are never going to play a big pot against you when you limp/call from EP without a bigger set+. So you're implied odds
that you think you're getting by "trapping" just aren't there because you're not getting payed off when you hit.
A VPIP/PFR differential of ~2-3% is pretty standard but the difference should be made up of the times you're calling a raise with position, not by limping in preflop.