Originally Posted by c9h13no3
Since the blinds rise so fast, you gotta get busy pretty quickly. Additionally, the players are pretty bad, so you can probably get away with playing a few more hands.
The trick is that any time you add weaker hands to your range, those hands are going to put you in the biggest spots to screw up. So while I agree, you should be playing more hands, your skill level needs to be high enough to avoid the new trickier spots you'll be put in.
Thanks for the reply. Only way to learn it to give it a bash I suppose, however you would advocate adding lower SC's first (76s, 89s etc) or higher SG's (QTs) which can flop better but are more likely to be called by hands that dominate you?
^^On that topic though, the amount of people I saw playing Kx (x<9) etc probably means adding broadways to my range in earlier position isnt gonna be -EV as its highly likely they'll call with worse.