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  7-Jun-12, 11:30   #1
How to play KK in freerolls? 0 
Pokito53 
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How to play KK against crazy ppl in freerolls? My experience tells me that it is not easy. What do you think about this?

     
  7-Jun-12, 11:41   #2
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doomdy 

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Easy as hell, just go allin.

     
  7-Jun-12, 11:49   #3
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sadamman 

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Posted by doomdy:
Easy as hell, just go allin.


I was gunna say that.

     
  7-Jun-12, 12:07   #4
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pochui 

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i would go all in for sure- yes i know you will bust out quite a lot of the times to idiots going all in with rags like 47 off, but that's poker- you are in a good position to double up or even more- so why wait, and what to wait for if you think kk is bad to go allin? aa? they can be busted with 47 off as well Confused

     
  7-Jun-12, 12:18   #5
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Chartoule 
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Hi Pokito53.

In first levels is so easy play KK. Allin vs limps, raises, 3bets, etc.. and a standard 3bb raise if you open. Once the crazy players are out or they have enough chips to stop playing mad we can play KK as we usually do.


     
  7-Jun-12, 12:44   #6
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DaMessiah666 

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Freerolls are always plenty of donks hyper-loose searching for doubling their stack quickly. So there's no doubt: insta all-in in every situation.

     
  7-Jun-12, 13:02   #7
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Mober 
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Not a hard choice there, or one that needs too much thinking.
Its an all in situation, hoping you wont get called from A high card which usually
sending you on bed early Smile

     
  7-Jun-12, 13:17   #8
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magatt966 

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Posted by doomdy:
Easy as hell, just go allin.



holy words

+1

     
  7-Jun-12, 15:59   #9
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Macubaas 
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On other circumstance you should play them as any other premium hand but on freerolls i have to agree with the mobsters that posted above Big Smile

There is no need really to make a raise since so many people call it with crap just because it's a freeroll...

     
  7-Jun-12, 16:03   #10
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erru9107 
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Obviously the right thing to do is to go all-in. But sometimes I would actually play it slow and that's only when I'm just outside of the money and with just a few chips left. I'd rather play that hand wrong and get a few cents for it then play it right and don't get anything after just over an hours play Tongue

     
  7-Jun-12, 18:03   #11
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uhhcallmi 

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i think K-K is a tournament killer,,,went so many times all inn pre -flop and get called by any A-X

they hit, i bust out...so addepted a bit,,,don't shove it anymore in early positions...but play it creativly

try to see the flop, if no A on the board ,i shove post-flop

but that's just me
Big Smile Cool Blink

     
  7-Jun-12, 21:45   #12
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jessthehuman 

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Posted by sadamman:
Posted by doomdy:
Easy as hell, just go allin.


I was gunna say that.


yup

     
  8-Jun-12, 03:34   #13
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Serpang 
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Posted by doomdy:
Easy as hell, just go allin.



100% agree !! Especially in early phase. Don't feel sorry or upset when lost, just luck problem.
If you have to lose with good card , better happen in early phase than in late phase or bubble cos just wasting time. Go all in if you win you have good capital (chips) to continue.

     
  8-Jun-12, 04:16   #14
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SprungDaddy 
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just do it! Thumbs Up

     
  8-Jun-12, 04:35   #15
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ayaraled 
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Raise 50% of your stack and all in after the flop....

     
  8-Jun-12, 04:42   #16
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Aces_Bluffer 

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Posted by ayaraled:
Raise 50% of your stack and all in after the flop....


And what would you do if the flop shows AA2, AAK, A35, and every flop involving an A?

In freerolls just go allin... If you win, you double up, if you don't you are out and just wait for another freeroll!

     
  8-Jun-12, 04:58   #17
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ayaraled 
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Go all in and hope your opponent do not have ace.hahaha. Its a freeroll. your opponent can call with any 2 cards...anyway you will not be sucked out by a runner runner on the turn and river if you go all in on the flop... Big Smile cheers...

     
  9-Jun-12, 14:25   #18
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WinAllDay 
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Posted by uhhcallmi:
i think K-K is a tournament killer,,,went so many times all inn pre -flop and get called by any A-X

they hit, i bust out...so addepted a bit,,,don't shove it anymore in early positions...but play it creativly

try to see the flop, if no A on the board ,i shove post-flop

but that's just me
Big Smile Cool Blink


this is exactly how i play it.

i keep my standard 3x BB raise. preflop and that usualy gets called. if i get raised i reraise.

if the flop has an ace i check fold. it its all under cards go all in and hold onto your seat, because they ar going t try to draw out on you /

its easy to put your opponents in freerolls on any ace because they think an ace automatically wins it for you. this is my rule of thumb when i play freerolls. "can i beat an ace in their hand"

     
  9-Jun-12, 17:32   #19
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Lutenatik 

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Allin period. It's a freeroll so it really doesn't matter, if u double up u have more chance. if u loose register for the next one

     
  9-Jun-12, 18:04   #20
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pokerminde 
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All in

Worship Worship Worship

     
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