re: Poker & Deep stack preflop heads-up strategy
Originally Posted by pat3392
That was what I used to do, play the player as such, that's was what the first strategy is; but i'm thinking that maybe I should use second strategy for the first 30 hands or so, wouldn't be a fixed amount just so I can get some reads, so that I can gain information from m oponents whilst giving them few, because I will change gears and really start confusing them.
As a seperate question, how do you guya play the BB when your opponent calls? As in generally when would you raise you hands Most players seem to call raises once they have allready called a BB, so should I only raise my best hands since I will be out of poistion, even though that will eventually become a predictable play??
If your opponent is more passive, raise hands for value, but really only stick with the hands that are very likely to be a favorite, because the position disadvantage is already a large burden.
Unless you have a decent pair or AK-AQ, checking the limp is always a viable option. If your opponent is more solid, you can throw in some raises OOP with suited connectors, but that's just from time to time for deception.