Let's say you have an opponent who peels most flops with most any hand. ie...K9 on an AT5x flop.
Would it be correct to perhaps start limping in from the button with a certain part of your range in order to make these bad flop calls even more of a losing bet for you opponent. If you just limp and he check/calls he'd be getting 3-1 instead of the usually 5-1 had you raised the button pre.
If this is a correct adjustment what part of your range do you think would best be reserved for just limping. I'm thinking probably the hands that miss more often than they hit. Maybe the little card/big card hands that we normally would be raising the button like J5s or Q7o. Basically the hands that dont have showdown value, or dont have immediate value, or that aren't suited connectors that have a lot of play to them.
These opponents are rare but I was playing with one the other day and it got me thinking of ways to exploit his mistakes. This is what i came up with but not sure if im on the right track.