How to Play Poker

How to Play vs. Limpers





If you are playing in a game where men and women are limping in preflop, odds are that it is a dwell game or against inexperienced players. It is a fairly uncommon play, in particular against a complete table of reasonably capable players. Even even though it is normally a inadequate shift, playing against it can be tough and puzzling at periods, as it is one thing that most players hardly ever encounter.

The vital adjustments aren’t normally clear. In this video, Ryan Charge talks about his strategy to playing against limps, in particular in dwell poker hard cash online games. Obtaining a good basic comprehending and poker approach well prepared for working with limpers can be tremendously beneficial the next time you get in at your neighborhood card place.

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22 comments

  1. how to play vs 100% limpers. the guy only play limp and other players keep giving money to him. he is already giant on chips and keep limping. what do you do?

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  2. Ryan. You speak too fast and frequently jumble several words together making it hard to understand you.

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  3. With these guys, don’t waste your money betting more preflop in order to isolate the pot….they’re gonna fucking call especially after one other person called. Stick to your standard raise….if there’s already a raise and you’re thinking about three betting, it’s all in or just call. These loose games get frustrating, but if you have kings or aces then fuck ‘em. They’re gonna call a three bet with anything, especially with other callers involved. They play pot odds and suck out. Don’t give them that opportunity. Go all in or just call. Jacks especially. Not a great three bet in a loose game.

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  4. On what fucking planet in a $1/$2 NLHE live casino game and with limpers in front of you does a raise to $8 or $10 get it heads up, especially when from the cut off you still have extra players to even act???????? My experience you want it heads up you have to make it $25+ to go and you better reduce your range to top 4 starting hands AA KK QQ AKs< cause 3 out of 4 times any caller jams a rag rag rag partly connected flop on you.

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  5. Lucky he has Doug to do the speaking. Really bad speaker.

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  6. Got to Agree Eric. Terrible . Very bad speaker. Read his stuff don't listen to him. Horrible

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  7. You can tell he often is thinking faster than he's talking (interrupting his own thoughts, trailing off at the end of some more "random" thoughts), and increasing his volume when he's overly "into it". His content is great, but quite often, i'm not in the mood to wade through these idiosyncrasies. This is obviously just my opinion… many others are OK with it.

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  8. Simplifying to illustrate often makes sense, but raising to $8 from the cuttoff in a 1/2 game and only getting 1 caller os so unrealistic, its pointless to consider.

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  9. And are we getting to a point where this game is maybe over-analyzed?

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  10. He talks really fast

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  11. how about raise sizing do you kep making it bigger to you get most folds.

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  12. if limpers are something you rarely encounter, you're not table selecting enough.

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  13. cool points, thanks!

    sometimes it's fun instead of opening big vs limpers to open small or even minimum when IN POSITION in order to take lead and make villain check to you post.

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  14. Its very hard for me to focus on your video. 🙁

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  15. A public speaking class would be helpful for you sir.

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  16. whaaat ??/…lol…there has gotta be an easier way to explain that.

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  17. This guy is one of the greatest analytical minds on YouTube for poker. It is really exhausting trying to absorb everything that comes out of his mouth. I gotta take notes.

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  18. Hey Ryan,

    I looked over a bunch of your stuff and I feel that your fullring ranges are way off. It looks like you guys ported your 6-max ranges onto fullring.

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  19. You made it sound like we don't want them to limp-fold, which is a bit weird. I doubt their "explotation" of folding some of their weak hands outweighs us playing big pots in position versus a weak opponent, even if they have a 5% equity edge

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  20. this is a really excellent video and way of quantifying your edge in a live game. I have been raising pretty big in live games in LA, although mainly of the 100bb variety (5x). my reasoning is I want to punish them with my tight and strong range, but it does give you less wiggle room post-flop so I never bluff lol. is this a good or bad idea in your view? thanks

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  21. Hey Ryan, loving the videos but….. could you speak a little more slowly please?

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  22. Im confused.

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