At NL5 and higher I have a much more ordinary approach to my opening raise sizes. This is because there are more regulars at these limits and more players who are likely to be paying at least some attention. I don’t think you will be able to get away with quite as much of the crazy stuff that I suggested for NL2. So you may have to tone it down a bit.

I recommend raising 4x from every position except LP. In LP you should make it 3x. I would still make it 4x with premiums from LP however at NL5.

With that said, if you notice a huge fish or two behind you, I wouldn’t hesitate to try out some larger NL2 style sizings though. Fish are fish at any limit. And especially at stakes where the raise sizes are still almost always going to be in cents (not dollars) the differing amounts aren’t going to mean that much to them anyways.

Example:

In EP you have,

Example:

In MP you have,

You should raise it to 4x = 20c.

Example:

In LP you have,

You should raise it to 3x = 15c.

Example:

In EP you have,

You should raise it to 4x = 20c.

Example:

In EP you have,

You should limp.

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