Whether to never limp heads up(my strategy good?)
I would like some criticism on my heads up game, not sure if what I'm doing is good or not. It is working well now but I'm not sure if it will at higher limits. I play turbo games
So I fold hands that have no picture card, are not suited and have no straight connectivity(T5,93 etc) I'm not sure if this is good because Harrington say's that folding heads up is an mistake. However, I don't think he considers that fact that even if I am getting correct odds
to play them, I won't know where I'm at if I play 82 and hit the 2.....
I raise all my others hands. If I have 20 M+ I raise 3x and reduce the amount I raise to till I reach 9-11 M where I do min raises, any lower than that I stop raising if my opponent is being aggressive to my raises. When I'm down to 6 M or less I either go all-in or fold.
I check most of my hands. I raise any suited connector, pocket pair and any hand that has 2 cards T or above.
I just about always throw out c-bets, if not always. I go just a little bit more than half-pot. Against weak players this strategy works fantastically; all the stealen pots from either preflop or post flop gives me plenty of ammunition to bust my opponent when they attempt to play back at me. I have been lucky to kind of pick up when my opponents are playing with air. However, a difficult opponent reraises me preflop which becomes tricky if done correctly, turns into a big guessing game.
Of course most other situations that I can think of is player dependent.
I'm not sure if this approach is better to check sometimes. This takes advantage of position but not sure.