As each combination, and in the drawing of low pocket pairs, has its own special strategy. At the table, the most frequent situations such as: your word - the first in front of you a few players went into the game without increasing and there are opponents who raised it.
Consider a situation where you say the first word. If your game is at a long table cache, low pocket pairs, it is desirable to reset. It makes sense to play low pocket pair only if you are on the button or in the small blind. Play a pair of 33 -66 only need to raise. When playing at a table with the maximum number of players - six people, you can play the classic style of tight, but in this case it makes sense to throw the low pair, the exception would be two sixes. If the game goes one-on-one, regardless of the height of the pair, it is best to bet. In Hold'em, sometimes even pocket deuces can stand above the unpaired hands AK. A good all-in can drastically change the game at the table, so couples need to play very carefully.
If more than one player in front of you thrown off the card or logged in without raising, you might want to consider a raise. In this case, you need to pay attention to the nature and behavior of your opponents may find among them "fish." In position can allow enough big raise, but do not forget to leave yourself an out. At the same time you should try to close the output enemies. If you are not so sure, do donk bet and see a flop. At low vapor is highly likely that one of your opponents top card may be higher than yours, even if your opponent has no flush or straight, your chances of winning are vague enough.
The most difficult situation is drawing low pocket pairs a raise at the opponent. At a tournament game, you need to consider the size of your own stack. Depending on the size of the stack with respect to the bank, you have to choose the style of the game - the smaller the ratio, the more aggressive or loose should be your style. All your actions are inextricably linked to the size of the raise of the enemy. If your opponent is hoping to go to the end, his bid will be more than a third of his stack. If you raise less than a third, it is possible that he did not sufficiently strong hands and he is ready to leave the game. To play it safe, it is best to respond to low raise and you will be able to see the flop.
For your situation will be the most optimal for broke, this can confuse the opponent and he will throw cards. However, if your opponent is going to play again, make an impressive raise, but to answer the all-in with low vapor is highly undesirable.