Suited Connectors on the Button with short stacks
Dealt 87s on the button.
3 limpers ahead of me.
Stacks of opponents are:
My first reaction is to raise here. Maybe limit the field and gain some fold equity. But if called, I can still win a big pot if hit. But... the stacks aren't super deep. Is a raise still a good play here or is better to just see the flop?
I'm still drilling myself on SPR so that's where my brain goes first right now. If I raise to 6 or 7 BB the SPR will be 2 to 5 depending on who calls. If I limp, it'll be between 8 and 14. This hand would rather be at 8-14.
Does the fold equity and initiative mean more to the value of my hand or is the risk/reward for raising just to big because the stack sizes are small?