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by Bart Hanson |  Published: Oct 30, 2013

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September 12 – You’re burning money if you are completing your entire range in the small blind in a limped pot. Some hands you have to fold. We all know how enticing pot odds can be. And there isn’t a better example of “getting a great price” then when completing in the small blind (SB) after several people have limped in. Sometimes you can be getting as much as 10-to-1 in this spot, and a lot of people feel like they are forced to complete especially when the big blind (BB) is the type of player that would not raise without a premium hand. However, I have seen a lot of people make mistakes in this particular situation. I remember a long time ago reading something from Phil Hellmuth discussing which hands he completes in the SB in limit hold’em. He said that after several people have entered the pot ...


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