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i wonder just play 5 times on Full Tilt with in hand AA and never won it Sad
so have one question have u ever win with AA in hand

i put just all in or call if some put all in and when the flop come i am leader but turn or river just knock me out Sad
so they have straights or flush and i only AA or AAA Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!
and also i two times see then over players have AA and they was easy beaten Aww crap!


so have u ever with AA in hand won deal on poker site full tilt ?

thx for answer Tongue

     
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ive only had it a couple of times on full tilt and i thin i won 1 and lost 1. like anything your playing odds, so if youve lost 5 times, you should win the next 50 or so...but like that would ever hapen!

     
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I've made a mini-bankroll in Full Tilt Poker. I think that, like PokerStars, as there are so many people, it's easy to find fishes among them.

     
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Unfortunatly, AA is not invincible.
You have a bad downswing, but dont worry, when they will beat, youll make some money.
Good luck

     
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A hand like AA is dangerous, even if it's the best ranked hand PRFL. But the software of most sites has been written (believe me : I know from inside sources) so that a hand with AA get tough competition. You always have to remember one VERY IMPORTANT THING : the softwares are written for GAMBLERS, so writing it so that a PRFL AA hand would always win would not be in their advantage.

That kept in mind, the best thing to do is trying to get the pot up as high as possible vefore flop and on the flop, but then go in hard and try to get the hand as soon as you can, even on the flop already.
That is the only way to avoid the (very often seen) higher hands coming on turn and river. The longer you wait to grab the pot, the less your chances of getting the pot : you're giving your opponents extra chances to get draws, trips etc. So with AA, TAKE THE HAND AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE for whatever value you can take it (but it's up to you to get that pot up as high as possible before the flop !!!)

Think about this : EVERY WIN IS A WIN, and trying to always want more and bigger pots will eventually be your death Evil

     
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the biggest problem with AA is that people don't realise its just a pair.
they play it like a royal flush( agree its equivalent to one preflop) and then end up losing.
its hard to lay down AA, you need to have accurate reads to do so, but sometimes it can save you a few $.
6-7 hands are not sufficient to make a conclusion.

     
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AA is always the best hand on pre-flop, you have to raise at least 3 or 4 times with that hand on pre-flop, or your hand can turn simple ducks Big Smile

I play on full tilt, and believe me, AA wins about 70% for sure, obvious not playing slowly, that is a mistake of newbies.

AA always rules, and particulary on full tilt, the best software on the market!!! Blink

     
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Sure! But really...on FT it is not so often

Sorry for my English Smile Big Smile

     
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today i saw a guy calling a 3bet .. and the hand goes on and on and he beat the rockets with his 64 suited with a straight 9 high .. nice one Evil

     
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I've had aces many times on Full tilt and won far more times than I've lost. They're not invincible and you still have to be smart with them but I certainly wouldn't describe them as dangerous. You don't have to take the pot as quick as possible either as Carddemon said. Make sure you raise preflop so you don't get too much rubbish hands calling. If the flop is dangerous and has flush draws or straight draws try and end it quickly. If the flop is king high with two low cards you probably have the odds to trap your opponent, not by giving a free card though. And if the flop has three high cards that don't include an ace be very careful and be prepared to fold. It doesn't matter how many times you lose with AA, just as long as you win more chips than you lose. So don't go all in with them when there's only a tiny pot because you won't pick up enough chips to cover the times when you lose. You're also getting rid of hands you want to be called by such as AJ and as funny as it sounds when you have the best hand making a bad beat more likely when you get called.

     
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I won 50%of the times except when i play against KK. Always lose Sad

     
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sometimes can happen to lose with rockets, expecially if more than one oppo is involved in the hand.
I suggest a big raise preflop to make a selection and then ......

..but yesterday on FT I sat at a table NL10 and the 7th hand I played was the one that follow:

I was BU, smiling to my rockets
everyone fold
CO make a potraise to $0.35
ME make a potraise too, it was about $ 1.05 if I'm not wrong
SB call
BB call

flop K Spade 9 Spade 6 Heart

then the hand became unreal
SB go allin for about $7
BB go allin $8.5
CO go allin $ 11

and ME??????

I tought: this will be another delusion with AA...surely someone (maybe more than one) of these barbarians hit three of a kind, there will be someone with twopairs or a flushdraw......
maybe I have the weakest hand at this point but.........

....I AM A DONK AND CANNOT FOLD MY AA....

TURN

3 Club

RIVER

A Diamond

SB shows 99
BB shows Q Spade J Spade
CO shows AK
and I won the total pot of about $ 35
with three of a kind aces

This time a lucky river saved me

If you were me, would you fold this hand or not?

     
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You just got unlucky, its due to variance, if you keep getting AA's then in the long run, eventually the odds % will be more in favor of winning (assuming you went all in preflop of course)

     
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I play only on Fulltilt at the moment so I know what it is you talk about, just last night I saw AA go down 3 times and once against two all ins one dude had 88 and the other had 77 and do you know what they BOTH beat him they both hit trips and ofcorse the 888 won but thats how it go's down on FTP you need to have AAAA pre flop to make sure you have the pots on FTP.
Big Smile
AAAA pre flop for all........................ Blink

Any one will tell you its due to variance but its just Fulltilt for you....hahaha
FTP and varience are the same word, dont you know.

     
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its real simple for me on fultilt my aces or just doomed i am really close of folding them instantly
(on fultilt) on others site its egal win or loose thats poker

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Posted by xxxbchxxx:
I play only on Fulltilt at the moment so I know what it is you talk about, just last night I saw AA go down 3 times and once against two all ins one dude had 88 and the other had 77 and do you know what they BOTH beat him they both hit trips and ofcorse the 888 won but thats how it go's down on FTP you need to have AAAA pre flop to make sure you have the pots on FTP.
Big Smile
AAAA pre flop for all........................ Blink

Any one will tell you its due to variance but its just Fulltilt for you....hahaha
FTP and varience are the same word, dont you know.

even if i got AAAA I swear somedude gona get the royal flush
doomed doomed doomed Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!

     
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Am I missing something??? Confused
Are we really talking about Full Tilt and that AA loses on the site??? lol Big Smile

In general, AA gets more useless as you playing games that often go to the river.
ie. low cash games...
Often a flush, straight, trips, whatever, beating them.
Stopped playing cash because it mad me scared to get AA KK etc... Aww crap! Big Smile

     
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AA do get beat. You'll see them cracked a lot at the micro-stakes tables because there are soooooooo many people that have to see the flop regardless of bet sizes or villians hole card strength. The way I try to deal with call station fish is to not push preflop with them (raise 4-5x BB) and ensure that the board does not come up draw heavy on the flop.

     
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FT has a strange software; I think if you have AA you have a high percentage to win. So seems to me stupid bets or calls are awrded there Shock

     
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riGGed

     
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Posted by DaneMitic:
riGGed

AA is rigged.. definetly Big Smile

Seriously, if you would track your hands, then after playing 22.000 hands, you would be dealt AA roughly 100 times. ( statisticly 1 per 220 hands) If you are a descent player you would have won the pot between 65 and 80 times. If not, you are probably the donk that most players like at their table Big Smile

     
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