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Give me someone link, to SSS. Please

     
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Posted by parra99:
1. Reraise all in.

2. Fold my AK.

3. I only call, trying to see in the flop A or K to go all-in.


Soon the answer will be unveiled.

I remind you that copying is not worth looking for the answer,

or you will be punished .. Aww crap! Big Smile Blink



cant call there. i´m very sure you are committed anyway. If you can fold here depends on your reds. i guess you need to shove that gently

     
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short stack - all in and pray Worship Worship Worship Dollar Dollar Worship Worship Worship
Agree

     
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Posted by pokersztar:
Posted by parra99:

With AK you go to fold? Aww crap! Big Smile .... Confused


I Do

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Posted by ih8usukouts:
I was able to find this info in less than 20 seconds on the web. There is even a guide if you Google that you can find all about sss and how to play. It even has a bit on bankroll management and everything you would need, so polls/threads about sss are useless. Now if you want to start a discussion on breaking some of the sss rules and win, then a thread would be ok.
Here goes, now focus real hard on number 2................

Who raised?
1) Exactly one player has raised before you JJ, QQ, KK, AA and AK..........You go All-In
2) There was more than 1 raise before you KK and AA..........................You go All-In
3) There was a raise behind you TT, JJ, QQ, KK, AA, and AK..................You go All-In

If your hand isn?t listed as being playable in the given situation, you fold it.


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I play this strategy and it is right

Good SSS player -> ih8usukouts Blink


ak preflop no problem to allin ,but in flop vs 2 caller whitout ak in table not need lost all

     
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Cashgame:fold
Tourney:depends

In a cashgame you can literally wait for ever for good cards, monsters, so why would u put (all) your money in there with ace high, it does not make any sense.

In a tourney is different and if you dont know why, you should not be playing poker for (a lot of) money yet.

Offcourse when it's shortstack you can go allin, I think. It's ok to gamble sometimes, esp. when you play correct sss and follow the rules strictly, but then again if you follow the rules you are not able to gamble. Still, if you are a winning humanplayer, you can do this from time to time, esp. suited ak, if you are a robotplayer you will just fold this, stupid ak, i rather have aq!

     
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SSS has an extremely low success rate. coz there are too many variable factors when you take multiple players and flop turn river hit possibilities. its best you plat tight agressive but not go to by the book SSS.

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Posted by dtmagnum:
Give me someone link, to SSS. Please



jus try googling for information. im sure you'll get a million pages talking about the SSS..

googl wroks.. Worship Cool

     
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easy, if u are closed to bubble as some people said fold, if not allin.. is sss in dealer position so AK is allin Big Smile

     
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Go all in dude.
Never fold with A K.
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And pray.
hahahahaha

     
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Hey all!
The shortie-game is the big part of his profit comes from those parties where two people are three people it is granted the shortie the increase of pf, then the flopon the betre (even value bet, even cbet) for a drum. So (preflop cool, later weak-tight one) players nowadays already NL50-en neither there are too many people. moreover pl. Ipokeren NL100-on within 4-6 shortie are sitting, and the full stackek burns nitek (typical pf. statjuk from 8/3 until 12/8).
Fact, that the shortie game (particularly the ipokeren) is training the soul. Smile
good luck! Spade

     
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I think if 2 player go all-in u should fold your AK, only with AA or KK have u enough chance to win. I think if the 2 player not maniac, at least one of then has AA or KK maybe AK.

     
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I voted fold. Big raise in MP + the allin after means you'll be behind 50% of the time and racing the other 50%, taking into account the other players are decent enough. Ex: First player raises with AK or AQ (less likeliky) and second pushes with KK/AA...or 2nd ex: First raise QQ/KK/AA and second pushes AKs after him, you would still be behind..
I know the answer was already given, but my answer stands independent of that.

     
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Its unanseable.
1. Reraise all in...Cant be done as player b4 has already gone all in
2. Fold my AK. well that depends on what game it is, cash fold it, tourn get it in..also on villians.
3. I only call, trying to see in the flop A or K to go all-in...the player b4 has gone all in..so it dont matter.

     
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fold
only call/all in with KK or AA

     
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i had this sitution few days ago ... i was doing fine in a mtt 5.50$ at pokerstars around place 350 of around 3.000 players left , i did go all in with my AK and he was even suited ... what happend ... 1 has AQ , the other KK . i lost more than half my stack with my AK , i learned my lesson , when 1 raises and another reraise i fold now with AK even suited . Big Smile

     
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Pfffft it comes down to the chips if u are short stacked but you have about 40% of his chips or less and he raised more then 30% of player 2 you would have too think they will both call but if are so short stack that the raise is pushing u all in your best bet is to do it Evil

     
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