So, I'm playing 25NL daily now (especially with the Take 2 promo at FTP) and I'm noticing one fairly common move: Open-Limping from the SB.
Is there ever a good reason to do this at these limits? I can't think type of a single player I'd want to try this on regardless of my hand. I can see some argument for trapping with AA or something if the player was super-aggressive, but even then...
Every time someone has done that while I was in the BB, I raised it to $1 and I can't think of a single time when I was called, let alone re-raised. People really are trying to limp in out of position against someone getting a free card? Even if they were to call, I'd be in an excellent spot to steal it on the flop regardless of my hand. Maybe I wouldn't do it against an 50%+ VPIP extreme calling station, but otherwise I'm trying to steal the pot.
Maybe it would be different if I had a ton of history with someone, but it's extremely unusual to be seated next to someone you've played with before at these limits (at least with the 14k hands I have at FTP so far).
So what do you think? Never open-limp in SB? Raise the limper with pretty much any two cards from the BB?
Or am I missing something important?