In this volume of hand charts we have covered the very important aspect of isolation-raising vs limps. It’s essential to know your ranges when isolating limpers, because this scenario happens non-stop in 6+ Holdem.
You will also see which hands should be limped behind, but the focus of this volume is the ISO-ing part of the game.
Additionally a very thorough guide and explanation on how to play vs one, two or more limpers, which will surely help you improve quickly.
Just like the other charts that we have published, this was created based on population tendencies of a database of ~ 1 million hands, for 100a-200a stack sizes on 5-6 handed tables.
QTs in this chart example is a mixed frequency of limping behind / ISO vs LP (late position), which means it should be limped behind vs an EP limp and ISO-raised vs an LP limp (100a-200a deep).
Vol. 3 features:
- 10 hand charts for “Isolation raising vs. limps” (MP vs 2 limpers, HJ vs 1, HJ vs 2, HJ vs. 3, CO vs 1, CO vs 2, CO vs. 3, BTN vs 1, BTN vs 2, BTN vs 3 or more limpers.)
- Equity table with hand examples on which hands to call when our opponents limp/shove vs your ISO-raise and how we perform with certain hands.
- 8 pages of valuable strategy content including oRanges calculator analysis with limp-shoving ranges 150a deep and 200a deep examples, chart legend explanations and more.
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