Originally Posted by Clambake420
man i wish i read this thread earlier. was in this exact same situation, same amount of limpers, same hand, just 1 level up in blinds. I Shoved trying to pick up the limpers money and add to my stack, even though i know a fold was right. but was called and lost. I usually don't like to get involved in hands with limpers at these micro levels unless i have a big hand. I feel like they call more then they fold after limping.
One level higher I think a shove might be correct. That'd be 50/100, right? Pot size vs. stack size is VERY different in that case and a shove to steal is probably right.
In the hand posted, folding is decent...playing OOP with that hand against 3 people is likely -EV. Shoving is too spew-y I think...stack is a little too large. The final option that I also kind of like is a go&go type move. Raise it up to around 500 and shove 99% of flops HU maybe 85% 3-way. You also create a scenario where you might get looked up in all the spots, but then you're probably flipping against the all-in with a side-pot you can attack to cushion the flip.
@OP - in the bb you just have to be fairly standard with a hand like 89s. The range for putting in a raise there is mainly strong hands with MAYBE a few small PP's for balance (not likely an issue at these stakes). If you do raise, you'd have to make it something like 150-200, which is pretty steep to try and snag 100.