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Alot of the questions on this forum are concerning moving into no limit from limit, but i need to work on my limit game.I've always played small stakes no limit and do fairly well in it, but when i switch to small stakes limit, i see my money slowly go down.Can i get some key pointers that a No limit player has to adjust to doing in limit low limit?To give some more info...i usually play $25 NL and am switching to .50/1.00.

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The big problem is probably calling too much on draws. Without knowing any details... But that's a huge difference between limit and NL... there aren't the implied odds you get in NL. Also might be a little too loose preflop. You need to tighten up in limit and just push hard when you get a good hand, and it seems like it's the best.

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unlike the move from limit to NL, i don't think you can simply quantify the best changes you need to make. what exactly is your style in NL cash games, and how do you play them? then we'll talk.aseem

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i'd say i'm tight average. I'm aspiring to become tight aggressive but i definitely think i fail at being the aggressor at certeain situations when i should be.I play about 18% of my hands...if i raise preflop i'll bet on the flop 90% of the time (Doyle style). if i only get a call i'll probably bet it on the turn no matter what also. then if i get called i'll release it. Of course it always depends.I think my play on the flop and preflop are very good. but i DEFINITELY need some work on the turn and river. That's where i end up losing the most amount of money.I hardly ever like to showdown for most of my money unless i KNOW i have the nuts.uhm....i dont' know how else to qualify my play

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