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Can any one give me any advice on how to play JJ UG i really seem to get dominated out of position with this hand my only solution is to go all in but this only worth it at end game tournaments

     
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This video been posted before but since u r new

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kP9CBtSW0kA&feature=...

     
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there's only three ways to play JJ

and they're all wrong

     
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lol that was funny as Tongue so moral of the story is JJ fold lol

     
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Play poker. Smile

JJ is a trouble hand, even worse if you will be most likely out of position. So make a normal raise, but be cautious after the flop.

     
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Posted by bent:
Can any one give me any advice on how to play JJ UG i really seem to get dominated out of position with this hand my only solution is to go all in but this only worth it at end game tournaments


lol dont go allin with JJ on a 9/10 seater table pre flop. Unless you're about to be blinded out or calling a much smaller stack..

Just make a standard raise and if the action gets to heavy pre-flop, then fold. Simple. Trick is with 1010 & JJ is to treat them like you would the mid pocket pairs.. People see the pictures and think it's a golden hand, like KK or something. But it just isn't, if you shove pre-flop, at best you get a coin flip against AQ/AK and at worst you're dominated by KK/AA

you REALLY want to see a flop with JJ, it's not a pre-flop allin hand, it really isn't.

     
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Posted by jessthehuman:
Posted by bent:
Can any one give me any advice on how to play JJ UG i really seem to get dominated out of position with this hand my only solution is to go all in but this only worth it at end game tournaments


lol dont go allin with JJ on a 9/10 seater table pre flop. Unless you're about to be blinded out or calling a much smaller stack..

Just make a standard raise and if the action gets to heavy pre-flop, then fold. Simple. Trick is with 1010 & JJ is to treat them like you would the mid pocket pairs.. People see the pictures and think it's a golden hand, like KK or something. But it just isn't, if you shove pre-flop, at best you get a coin flip against AQ/AK and at worst you're dominated by KK/AA

you REALLY want to see a flop with JJ, it's not a pre-flop allin hand, it really isn't.

Completely agree with you! +1 Thumbs Up It's just the way i like to play JJ. I'd only add that, if you're under 10BB, all-in without any doubt.

     
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jjj is 4- th stronger hand so its mean any A k Q can easy beat them so its the situation shows how to play if u cheep leader can push all in also if u on the low stack and soon must be all in by big blind u must push an
in over sitation all in small rerise or just call bb

so good luck all Tongue

     
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Agree with Shokaku. It will get you in trouble if you play it out of position ( worst going all in ); only if you are in late position, with no raise before you, can be profitable to go all in. Otherwise it's better to fold

     
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