Originally Posted by c9h13no3
I'll write everything you need to know about limping vs. raising: Don't limp.
K, now that's taken care of.
The general public is generally ignorant about how to correctly play poker. Therefore letting them decide what they need to learn about poker is a bad idea.
That suggestion was made in regards to low blind levels of sng's - and sng coaches, etc beg to differ with you.
So it should be a valid point of discussion. I don't claim to know everything about playing poker but I am working hard at learning. This is something that I see conflicting advice on from reliable sources so thought it might be a good topic for discussion among players who are learning here.
If these threads need be restricted to intermediate and advanced strategy - then scrap this suggestion. I have several books now I can research rather than discussing it here. And I bet at least 1 of them if not more or all will disagree with you that it is never okay to limp in this situation. (the limping vs raising in low blind sng play).
But hey - C9 and Dorkus say never limp in the low blinds of any sng from any position in any situation. So guess that is sorted. (for them at least lol)