Raise Or Limp-Behind With 88? | Preflop Strategy & Range Quiz Part 4



Start working through the live poker workbook and improve your preflop AND postflop lines today: https://www.splitsuit.com/hand-reading-poker-workbook-live-players/ Part 4 of this 10-part series looks at this quiz, testing your ranges & preflop aggression. If you have not taken the quiz yet, start here: https://www.splitsuit.com/preflop-range-quiz/ This video deals with 2 questions: 1. What range does a TAG limp behind with from MP? 2. Is it better to raise or limp behind with 88?
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SplitSuit starts by looking at the TAG's limping range. On average, players thought this was a roughly 20% range of hands, and Split agrees with that. After laying out the entire hand and discussing where hands like 99, AJ, and A2s tend to go - Split looks at the line we should be taking with pocket Eights. And while 78% of players got the answer correct, 22% of players still wanted to limp it. Remember, aggression is a good thing!



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