Tiny tip #1

Friday, May 2, 2008 10:42 | Filled in Strategy

I thought of posting this one last night.  In general, when someone limps in the small blind to your big blind, you should raise.  I find that about 70% of the time they will fold pre-flop or on the flop, making the move profitable with any two cards.  If someone routinely folds pre-flop when you do this, you probably should tread lightly when they check-raise the flop.  They probably really caught a piece.  If a generally aggressive opponent completes and then reraises when you raise, he usually has a big hand.

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