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Raise 3 times, so that the others think you got AQ or AK... in freerolls though, go all-in Shock Big Smile

     
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I've never folded A10 with no raise before me. It depends on how the button and bb are playing to whether i raise or limp.

     
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Table make up is all important. If you think you will get players follow you with worse aces then its worth it.

You have to be able to play very good poker to make AT work for you in early position. I Would probably toss it, i do the same with AJ in full tables. Im much happier playing something like TJ suited UTG. Weak aces are rubbish because you know if someone has a stronger A they will be in the hand. Whereas something like 89 you dont expect to lose on kicker if you pair.

I also like weaker hands because i can bluff better with them. I will know when im ahead and when im behind, so if i bet the flop and turn i will know in general not to call a bet on the river with less than 2 pair. With AT im always tempted y the river call if i have paired. And the river bet is always the biggest bet and thus the place you want to be most certain.

     
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I usually get on these plays with A10 or even fold this hand

if you already have an earlier rise, since in these cases usually lose out,

so it is better to raise or fold to avoid losses so large.

Smile

     
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Это оень опасная рука.в ранней и средней позиции обычно колл на префлопе, если не было рейза.В поздней позиции обычно стандартный рейз.Хотя можно банально слить банк блайндерам при низком флопе.

     
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Ok they key here is postion if you are UTG+1-4 (fold)
Middle postion Cutoff +1-3 raise a little
Blinds and if everyone else limps or folds raise

     
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just easy post bb or small rise and see that flop takes and after that easy to decide how to play Smile

good luck all Tongue

     
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I'm doing it like Phil Gordon does Smile

http://academy.fulltiltpoker.com/lessons/video/195/game...

(watch chapter - 6 handed vs 9 handed)

Club

     
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Yes small raise and after flop it's easy to decide how to play Thumbs Up

     
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There is no right or wrong answer here because depending on the circumstances I will do all three at some stage or other.

Sometimes I fold, sometimes I limp, and sometimes I raise, and thats the way it should be. You become too predictable if you have a set way to play every single hand.


     
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To limp seems the right decision. You have a reasonably good hand to, at least go see the flop, so you pass the "hot potatoe" to others. If someone really has a good game which justifies a raise, let them do it. If not, at least you'll see what happens! Just be careful with low pairs!

     
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Posted by shokaku:
If you are unsure, just fold it in the first two positions. It is a trouble hand. And a trouble hand out of position can cost a lot of money.

In the later positions it is a raise.

I agree to shokaku...

     
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Well i usually play 6max, which is more LAGgy than full ring so either way i want to be open raising ATs from all positions, ATo from hijack or CO depending on table dynamics. I only play AT if i'm the aggressor and would prefer to have position this way i can pot control. I never cold call with an AT (unless there is some plan backed up by a good read)

     
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depending on the table history, your reads and the stacks I would also go for at standard 3bb raise and see if you can get information from how the rest acts or get a round of blinds.
If you are getting re-raised you have to rely on your reads of your opponents and decide what to do. But I do not want to be all-in with A10 - unless you have a good read and believe you are ahead and your hand is suited etc.

     
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Limping in early position with A-10 is not a good move. Good players will raise likely forcing u to fold that hand.

     
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It depends what table i play...
Mostly i just fold that hand , i don't quite like AT... lost much with it so maybe that's why.
Anyway it's hard to say not knowing the opponents.

     
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When many or one player everytime raises u can limp.When many players fold or call u can raise.My english is not so good hope u understand.U must observe the table and then u make the decision how u play.Many times i hit a str.in the flop with at.A ace on 6 hand table can be a strong hand.
gl all

     
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So simply, flopon we multiply it by four it outokat with two.
Pot oddsot much as needs to give and with the full pott,
If I take it well:
There is 33 flop 2 A 4, adversary ,A10, I win all of them 5-away and with 3, the all is 6out*4=24%, for him 5out that 20%
(the party is with50$ he with "july"90$l started it, blind 2/4) till now 8$ in the pot is, onto which juli faithful 3$ i back up call in 12$ onto what juli 40$ faithful. i before me yet 34$ is,to juli 43$, question call/all-in?

According to me all-in with what loose fish vok, and if 5 or 3 are törnre comes possibly would get rid of but like this sure not, asking what do made?
The pot 63$ i make(34$) like this 97$ the pot so the bank chance $34/$97=around0,35*100=35% according to these, has to get rid of it? You are totally I meant a half by the thing Big Smile?

     
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