Assigning General Range to Limp/Calls in $1-$2

Daniel HDaniel H Red Chipper Posts: 7 ✭✭
In order to do some off the table study on PokerCruncher (MAC version of Flopzilla) I wanted to do some work on what range of hands are limping and then calling my raises in $1-$2 live cash at Horseshoe Hammond. I'm using Ed Miller's recommendation on starting hands for myself, and to play better post flop I wanted to study what hands the typical player (readless otherwise) would be limping and then calling my raise to $12-$18. I settled on the following range and want to know thoughts if people think this is accurate or needs to be changed:
Limp/Call Raise Player Range:
88-22
A9s-A2s
KTs-K2s
Q7s+
J7s+
T8s+
98s
87s
75s+
65s
54s
A9o-A2o
KJo-K8o
Q8o+
J8o+
T8o+
97o+
86o+

Comments

  • Justin MJustin M Red Chipper Posts: 89 ✭✭
    I typically figure they're playing 30-60% (in some cases closer to ATC).
    I've been messing around with this myself, and have been kind of putting in general ranges for about 10% increments from 30-60.

    Would definitely like to hear what others have to say about this too though!
  • Daniel HDaniel H Red Chipper Posts: 7 ✭✭
    the range I assigned in the first post is 36% and excludes the hands they would have raised pre or 3bet pre...

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