So i'm on cardplayer, and the one article says Top 5 leaks in low limit hold 'em players, and the pro goes on to say that you should NEVER LIMP, ever.. just straight NEVER EVER, EVER EVER LIMP.
I highly disagree with this, and was wondering what other thought. I feel as though i have an edge on almost all player's at a 1/3 table, especially at a casino. This being said, i try to see as many flops as possible, as i feel i can outplay most player's at these low limit's, especially on a loose weak table.
Also, i feel like some hands you want to limp to allow as many caller's as possible.. When holding pocket 22's under the gun, if i'm never limping, i either have to fold them, or raise them, and wind up playing a heads up or 3 way pot with 22's.. Whereas if i limp, i can pick up 5,6 caller's possibly, or if i limp and i get raised to $15, i can still call, but if i open UTG with 22 for $11 and get repopped to $35 heads up, i have to fold.. At the casino i limp like crazy, as most pots preflop go unraised, or only raised small like to $6-$11, and i feel as though i can outplay all the opponents, i'm always trying to take a flop with any small suited connector, small pocket pairs, even one gappers and two gappers in late position like j,9 -- 10, 7 .. Beacuse when i hit my hand, these weak player's go all in with top pair or top 2 pair, it's easy to get paid off.. Does anyone agree/disagree with the NEVER limp advice from cardplayer? and why ?