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Old 12-13-2005, 10:46 PM
ohnonotthat ohnonotthat is offline
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Default Re: Pre-flop Theory Question


If 5 players have limped behind you, then raising with A2s would be a big mistake.

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I think what you meant to say is,

"If 5 players have limped behind you raising A2s is close to a no-brainer".

Small pairs, suited connectors and suited Aces are excellent late position raises when several opponents have already limped in.

In other words, everything you said was right - except for, well, everything you said. [img]/images/graemlins/shocked.gif[/img]

* Re. "behind" - I'm assuming you meant "before" [you], as in you're on the button, 5 players limp, 2 fold, and it's now up to you.

I'm not sure it's possible for anyone to ever [legally] "limp behind you".


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