Min Betters at Low Stakes
I'm just trying to learn the ropes, and am enjoying playing a couple of tables of $2 NLHE at a time.
I keep running into what I would call 'min betters' though, and was hoping for some advice on how to deal/read with them.
For example, I'm dealt TT, raise to 4x bb, one caller. Flop comes 246 (rainbow), he min bets. I raise to $0.1, he calls. Turn is a 9, he min bets again - I raise to $0.2 ($0.36 in the pot) and he folds.
However, on other occasions, I've been min bet into, raised it, and then been reraised.
I'm divided as to whether a min bet means they've got a very strong hand (JJ on above board or better) and want to ensure that they get as much as they can from the pot by giving me easily call-able bets, or whether they don't have a strong hand/only have two overcards and want to see if they can push me off while staying in the pot, or even something completely different?