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Kings Flop

Posted by Geneva | Posted in News | Posted on 08-10-2021

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I mean, in this case, the last couple of letters in my list of favorites: the terrifying a-j of different suit. Definitely, I hate this hand and I tend to play it with extreme caution. I can’t remember how many times I has been eliminated from a tournament, it has made me lose big pots or has cost me lose large amounts of money at the tables. It is the hand of the devil, and I strongly recommend to readers that they handled it with protective gloves, to make sure that it inflicts no harm. Although it is not a fervent follower of a-j I situare my analysis in tables for money, since in a tournament game alter values due to the size of the blinds and the different selection of hands pre-flop what to do.

Most people shed their coffee only thinking of leaving a j before you see the flop, but, on any occasion, I consider it a plausible option. Games for money, my experience with this hand is only usually win small pots and can potentially make you lose very large boats. If upload the bet pre-flop, you could obtain response from someone with a-q or perhaps big-slick (a-k). So, if an ACE on the flop, it is difficult to know exactly what to do, since, given the current size of the pot is not going to be very cheap if your opponent is betting. Similarly, if you see a bet before the flop, it could cost you the same if you find yourself in a similar situation (against strong hands), especially if the player who previously bet continues to make continuation bets. If you have expired, prays for another re-raise that makes you leave because if you are laying a trap, you’ll find many difficulties to abandon your highest partner as the move progresses and the stakes are higher: your amount could disappear in a matter of seconds. And this is not everything if you have the possibility of getting the highest couple with your J and then appear Kings, Queens or ACEs. Safely lose and a situation that I have witnessed over and over again.

Even if you get the highest couple with J’s kicker is gonna be your winnings very large? If your upload does not oblige others to leave their weaker hands, then, unless miracle, you won’t get much more money for his party. Since then, you might find yourself in a good situation with two cards higher against a couple of hand, what is not so catastrophic if there are all-in pre-flop. But, if your opponent has a couple and you get one of your cards, the possibilities of that leave before a bet yours to see more high in table cards, so you will just earn few dollars accumulated before the flop are enough. And if they get his trio and you get the couple more high could cost you your amount completely, once again. I don’t want to conclude with a-j is a bad hand and should be avoided like the plague, but often seems to be a very strong starting hand and she ends up being very expensive. So my message is simple: a-j is not something with which you can not play, but, please, handle with care and recalls that, unless you get Double couples or trio, in addition to the potential risk of losing it is unlikely you might get a good boat. Article translated from pokerheaven.

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