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#5 - The ABC's of Betting in NL

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  NL noob trying to iron out basic betting stategy Hey SSNL gang, I hope that I will not bring down the otherwise excellent discussion down too much with these general questions. I am another disguntled limit player making the transition. I have been experimenting with NL50 and NL100 (two tables max-full ring) with reasonable success. In an attempt to convert my limit TAG/LAGTAG strategy, I was hoping for some general guidelines to make the appropriate tweakage. For the sake of simplicity, suspend dis-belief and assume that I am familiar with board texture, number of opponents etc... 1. What is the standard pre-flop raise with the big pp's? 4x Big Blind? How much extra per additionl limper? What about JJ, 10 10, AK, AK &AQs? I have, thus far, been adding an additional Big Blind per limper. 2. What is the standard flop c-bet amount aginst 1 or 2 opponents? In and out of position? I realize this depends on a lot of factors so, for the sake of brevity, assume dry board/typical opponents. So far, I have been betting 3/4 pot. 3. How about standard c-bet amounts for the turn and river? In and out of position with no significant scare cards? I have been betting 3/4 to full pot- checking behind UI on river when in position. 4. When we have a hand such as QJ suited or 99, coupled with good position, are we putting in a small value raise after multiple limpers? Or is it better to just see the flop cheaply so as to not tempt a pre-flop limp re-raise? Quote: 1. What is the standard pre-flop raise with the big pp's? 4x Big Blind? How much extra per additionl limper? What about JJ, 10 10, AK, AK &AQs? I have, thus far, been adding an additional Big Blind per limper. Standard is 4xBB plus 1BB per limper. Some tables you can make it 5bb and others need to be 3bb to get a caller. I raise (and usually reraise in position) the hands you listed. I play 6-max. Quote: 2. What is the standard flop c-bet amount against 1 or 2 opponents? In and out of position? I realize this depends on a lot of factors so, for the sake of brevity, assume dry board/typical opponents. So far, I have been betting 3/4 pot.   Standard is anywhere between 1/2 and full pot. My c-bets are usually either 3/4 or full pot. Again, table conditions, yada yada. Quote: 3. How about standard c-bet amounts for the turn and river? In and out of position with no significant scare cards? I have been betting 3/4 to full pot- checking behind UI on river when in position. Sounds fine. Though, with the vast majority of players at these levels being passive calling stations, you really shouldn't ALWAYS fire a second barrel unimproved. Quote: 4. When we have a hand such as QJ suited or 99, coupled with good position, are we putting in a small value raise after multiple limpers? Or is it better to just see the flop cheaply so as to not tempt a pre-flop limp re-raise? In position I'm always raising 88+. I probably limp QJs on the button 75% and raise it 25%. Again, table conditions, yada yada.
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