On a loose table. how tight one should play?

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blacknight92

Enthusiast
Hi guys,
Would like to know your ranges on BTN and CO on a loose table where players play cards like 85s,83, any Ax, K8+, any pockets etc from any postion with 3BB raise if they are the first one to make decision and also there are two limpers on each hand.

Thank you
 
Maikychan

Maikychan

Visionary
On a loose table, any 88+, A8s+, ATo+, KJs+, KQo, QJs may already have some value. But many of these hands can be played only by calling in a position to play the post-flop as QJs, KJs-KQs for example.

It's just my opinion, okay?
 
VisionNutz

VisionNutz

Rock Star
Although you say loose table - I am pretty sure each player has their own tendencies so you have to adjust not according to a table but to the player
 
Andrew Popov

Andrew Popov

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This is a very vague question. The conditions are not completely specific.

In general, you can say that you will be right if you make a tribute to 8-10 BB c with any good hand (QQ + and AKs). This will allow you to beat out speculators with weak hands and take the bank immediately. Or you will be in a good position with a ready hand against a fairly wide range of telephone exchanges. But further decisions will be made already on the flop, and depending on it.
 
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UDN

Enthusiast
Any pair of 10+, A10o + this is enough) It is better not to expect weak pairs of types 66, 77, 88
 
ff48

ff48

Enthusiast
If your opponent is better than you and/or making you miserable at the table, just leave. keep it simple. you cant play well if you're not feeling at least ok.
 
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KirbyCake

Rising Star
I think you should play loose as well, just not as loose as them. But bet sizing to generate value when winning and minimize losing is the most important factor here.
 
jhosept6

jhosept6

Enthusiast
Hi guys,
Would like to know your ranges on BTN and CO on a loose table where players play cards like 85s,83, any Ax, K8+, any pockets etc from any postion with 3BB raise if they are the first one to make decision and also there are two limpers on each hand.

Thank you


the problem is that there is always a good regular player on the table should you play a nit rank against the fishes and do Role when you clean the fish with hands connected and Ax like this if the rgular pays you have equity against your polarized range
 
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droozy

Rock Star
According to Sklansky, you should play:

If there is no rasie:
Raise: AA-88, any two suited cards ten or higher, A9s-A8s, K9s, AK-AJ, and KQ


Play or raise: Any pocket pair. A7s-A2s, QJs-Q9s,JTs-J9s, T9s-98s, AT, KJ, K8s-K2s, Q8s, J8s, J7s, 87s-43s, T8s-53s, and any two offsuit cards ten or higher


Against a raise (if at least 4 pp enetered the pot):

Play: Any pocket pair, any two suited cards ten or higher, any suited ace (A9s-A2s), and T9s-76s. Also AK and AQ.


Reraise: AA-TT, AKs-AJs, KQs, and AK


Against raise and reraise:
Play: AA-TT, AKs-AJs, KQs, and AK


Reraise: AA-QQ and AKs
 
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tb87

Enthusiast
I would initially play with a wide range simply to take note of player behaviors / betting patterns, then implement a strategy from there. Find out the best way to exploit it without becoming predictable enough that the loose players start becoming tighter players.
 
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Kostik007

Rising Star
If your opponent is better than you and/or making you miserable at the table, just leave. keep it simple. you cant play well if you're not feeling at least ok.
I understand that you need to know the rules of poker Well, when you know the rules and play well and come to yourself hands like two aces and two kings you do 4B flight you screw up puts all in with two flops on the flop opens 4 with a good hand fired the man answered and
 
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