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  26-Feb-15, 14:47   #1
How do you play K,9 suited? 0 
Darkist 
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Im never sure how to play King, Nine suited.

     
  26-Feb-15, 15:07   #2
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jeffaboy 
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Posted by Darkist:
Im never sure how to play King, Nine suited.


In most cases dont ?

     
  26-Feb-15, 15:10   #3
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arsenej1 

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Its another trouble hand like q8...ur holding k9s call 3x raise flop comes 10jq...u got straight lose ur chips to ka. Id play it in 6max hypers often n thats only because the ranges are different. In a full ring turbo or regular game its likely to get u in more trouble then good

Edited by arsenej1 (Thursday, February 26, 2015 @ 15:14 GMT)


     
  26-Feb-15, 15:11   #4
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StheP 

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limp, evrything else fold...

     
  26-Feb-15, 15:19   #5
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demodawggy 

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...I see it this way,... K 9 'suited' is only 1 away from being a suited Ace,...and I likes going after the Ace high flushes if it's not TOO expensive pre-flop... So being suited,...I would play it because it has the one extra chance to get a K high flush in addition,....and for someone else to have the Ace is very slim...! Winning with flushes can be very profitable...!

I would normally fold a K 9 off 'unless' I was on the small blind... Then I would just ante up the small difference to equal the big blind,...but no more than that...! Smile Thumbs Up

     
  26-Feb-15, 16:39   #6
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pinotte 
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K 9 s or o is a nice hand to see the flop if there is no raise, however it is a very danferous hand if you it it could cost you a lot of money and you gona lose the hand most of the time unless you it the flush which is very low odds.

Yes to play it as limper but play it with a lot of caution. Smile Smile

     
  26-Feb-15, 16:54   #7
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yout85 
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It's a speculative hand... just like small pocket pairs... and as such should be played exactly the same...

Fold in early position, raise the button, defend from blind....

     
  26-Feb-15, 17:37   #8
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petmurph 
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Posted by yout85:
It's a speculative hand... just like small pocket pairs... and as such should be played exactly the same...

Fold in early position, raise the button, defend from blind....



what he said Big Smile

     
  26-Feb-15, 17:37   #9
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pochui 

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k9 suited should be played like k9 suited, absolutely do not try to play k9 suited like k9 unsuited- this is the ultimate beginners mistake that should be avoided if you are striving for an roi of 2.5% and more. however if you aim for an roi of <2.5% then k9 suited should be played like 36 off suit.

     
  26-Feb-15, 19:04   #10
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bowie1984 

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Only play them when this guy is around. Guaranteed win 4 sure.


     
  26-Feb-15, 20:12   #11
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teddybears73 
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Posted by demodawggy:

I would normally fold a K 9 off 'unless' I was on the small blind... Then I would just ante up the small difference to equal the big blind,...but no more than that...! Smile Thumbs Up


sounds good to me.

     
  2-Mar-15, 18:25   #12
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luisexy69 

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K9 suited, for me is that kind of hand that you can play, sometimes, but others you cannot.
If you are with chips, and no one limp or raises to you, and you are in the lastest positions of the table, depending of the way that the next players play and if you are ITM or Bubble, things like that of the tournament, maybe raise or limp is a good idea, but early positions, beginning and table with some bully players, maybe is a good thing to fold, for me is more like this kind of situations.

Enjoy sun and life, keep playing safe.

     
  2-Mar-15, 18:38   #13
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magatt966 

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Like every other hand: depends on a lot of factors

     
  2-Mar-15, 21:32   #14
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TheMachineQC 

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K9 suited is a good hand if you hit big.

What I mean by that is: If you only hit your 9 or your K then it's gonna be hard to play the hand if vilain plays back at you. It's basically like 10J, QJ or any mid suited connector except it's harder to make a good straight with it. But on the other hand you can easily hit a nut flush draw if the ace comes on the flop.

So I would recommend keeping the pot small when you have some showdown value. But when you hit 2 pair, a set of 9 or a nut flush draw, it makes the hand pretty easy to play whatever the line you decide to choose... (agressive or conservative)

But still, like any other hand, I would rather be the agressor and have position. I would probably not call a raise with this hand on the blinds, but I would raise most of the time when it's folded to me and I'm in late position. K9 suited is a decent hand, especially when its 5 handed or less... You can't just fold it or limp it everytime IMO but that doesn't mean you have to take big risks with it. (obviously that depends on a lot of factors, stack size, format, vilain's range ect.)

     
  3-Mar-15, 03:02   #15
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zeroster 

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Only if it's folded to me on the button or small blind. Then a standard opening bet.

Almost any other situation it's in the muck.

     
  3-Mar-15, 05:14   #16
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toronto_r_us 

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Posted by petmurph:
Posted by yout85:
It's a speculative hand... just like small pocket pairs... and as such should be played exactly the same...

Fold in early position, raise the button, defend from blind....



what he said Big Smile



what they said Worship Worship

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Posted by TheMachineQC:
K9 suited is a good hand if you hit big.

What I mean by that is: If you only hit your 9 or your K then it's gonna be hard to play the hand if vilain plays back at you. It's basically like 10J, QJ or any mid suited connector except it's harder to make a good straight with it. But on the other hand you can easily hit a nut flush draw if the ace comes on the flop.

So I would recommend keeping the pot small when you have some showdown value. But when you hit 2 pair, a set of 9 or a nut flush draw, it makes the hand pretty easy to play whatever the line you decide to choose... (agressive or conservative)

But still, like any other hand, I would rather be the agressor and have position. I would probably not call a raise with this hand on the blinds, but I would raise most of the time when it's folded to me and I'm in late position. K9 suited is a decent hand, especially when its 5 handed or less... You can't just fold it or limp it everytime IMO but that doesn't mean you have to take big risks with it. (obviously that depends on a lot of factors, stack size, format, vilain's range ect.)



give me 1 hour to read this, and will get bak to ya hehe

     
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