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I don't actually recall loosing AA, but maybe that's just my mind playing tricks on me Big Smile
BTW, as DaMessiah666 stated it is different to hold AA in Texas and on the other types of poker and I only play Texas NL.

     
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pretty easy to win with pocket aces, in some sessions I can easily do 100% winning

     
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well its usually a big raise or reraise pre flop then all in or all in pre flop either way im winning lol most of the time anyway i prefer my 22 though lol never fail my little ducklings Smile

     
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My worst ever AA crack was on the bubble of a $33 sng. I had AA 4 people left in the game. I raise 4x with my AA and get re raised all in.

We flip the cards over and the other player is holding AA too. I was so annoyed that after finally catching a good hand that it would be slipt pot... I have AdAh, player has AcAs. The flop comes with 3 spades... the turn a heart and river another spade Sad

     
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definately A.

people who may think its higher is simply because they remember having their aces cracked. the times they do hold up you just forget because they dont make you angry

     
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Posted by parra99:

What percentage you typically lose your initial hand with AA?

I usually have very bad luck...

when playing the original hand of two aces,

so in more than 50% lose these hands, and you?


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if i had AA and someone call my raise preflop, i am 70% sure i will loose...somtimes beaten by cards like 58s (and he get flush on flop)

     
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Today I saw this:

Aces cracked by 3s. Big Smile

Attached Imagesaces cracked.jpg

     
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I didn't take the time to read all replies so I'm sorry if i repeat what some1 already suggested.

I took this from a study with a Mathematical approach.
Result:
The average winning percentage (out of 100) with AA (pre-flop) is:
85% vs 1 opponent; 73% vs 2opnts.; 64% vs. 3opnts.; 43% vs. 6opnts.; 31% vs. 8opnts.

in this poll 80% suggested to lose 20% of the time with AA. Interesting to know how these 80% play their AA, what type of games they play (tourney or cash, and cash how many opponents) and how big of a factor is the position to their AA strategy ? With Å Are u interest to win before the flop, or do consider AA as a hand you can trap a player if the community cards allow u to?

Personally, I play 6max cash games and i like to use the AA to win pre-flop. My perfect scenario is winning by 3 or 4 betting.

Dollar Confused Spade Spade Spade Spade Spade

BTW I also voted 20% of the time I lose with AA. The 20% a great example of the 9/10 rule!

Hate fishes, gambles or a wrong read getting lucky beating my AA. Angry

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Edited by CHBKKK (20 April 2010 @ 00:52 GMT)


     
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i usually am pretty lucky with aces myself. i seem to or atleast lately always hit my ace on flop or turn ive also been gettng paid off with them Smile

     
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I guess for me its just 20percent of the time. You have to play them, correctly and you want get trouble mate Blink

     
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id say around 15%. But no way over 50%, it seems really a lot to me :O

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id say around 15%. But no way over 50%, it seems really a lot to me :O

     
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I honestly prefer not to take the ace starting hand,

because they usually have pretty bad luck when it comes to see the flop turn or river,

so most projects prefer to play flush or straight,

giving you more chances of winning the hand and so have the opportunity to do something,

with two aces have to make a big raise.

     
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TBH this is a crappy post coz the odds speak for themselves
You cannot say that you lose 80% of the tmie coz in the long run you will have won 80% of the time
math is math my friend
you cannot deny that Blink

     
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if I play AA all-in there's about 1/5 or 1/4 percent that I lose. But if I slow play it, I noticed it's like 1 in 3 that some other guy with a trashy hand gets in the way with a very favorable flop and wins at last....

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#I looked under chairs / I looked under tables / Tried to find the key / To fifty million fables# Heart

     
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I just got mine cracked twice in a row gettin it all in pre - flop in PLO - 5$ DoN's. I know they are far less of a favourite in Omaha ( i think you are about a 2/1 rather than a 4/1 fav (in nlh) ) - but it still stings like a bitch. Its usually Kings that get me, or getting flushed - usually with 4 suited cards appearing. I guess the main point here is - you hardly ever remember winning with them but you can always remember them getting cracked. Just be happy in the knowledge that over time HU you will prevail four times out of five (ish).......... Thumbs Up

     
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Love my AA,s but pocket 3,s and jacks seem to be magic Big Smile
Strange but it seems like AA is common loser, for my anyway..
Ok for rebuys- not otherwise.. Dollar


Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!

Play AA,s with care and dont forget to think in the hand you're playin... Smile

     
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i have very bad luck with monster hands Confused..

     
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if u go all in with AA u have big % for win this part.
Sometimes someone have luck with 22,33.... ;]

     
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Posted by sensao87:
i have very bad luck with monster hands Confused..

^^
it feels like i loose them everytime Big Smile but of course it isnt that worse in the end

     
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thats quite difficult to thin out preflop because to me it seems that there are a lot of calling stations that even call 7 or 8 times the BB with conectors like 4 6,8 9.and even 2 3 ( maybe the rooms are filt with pokerbots latly )

     
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