Joined: Mar '11
Age: 53 (M)
Well for sure s**t happens and you can lose with AA... But there are also other examples. Yesterday I was dealt 3 times AA within the first 30 minutes of a tourney. All 3 hold up, even the last one when I shoved preflop and get called by 3 others.
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 42 (M)
He he he, its so hard when we loose playing well with a hand like this. It just can happen, that’s all. This Saturday I was playing with some friends at a garage and things weren’t going well for me. With only five BB’s, I receive AK and go all-in. We were for at the table. Another guy with little bit more than me also goes all-in. And the two guys with more stack call and then checked all the time. Table brought J74xx. The other small stack showed J9, one of the big ones had 77 and the other had 44. This means I was out, but the most interesting is that I lost to everybody. Try playing other way with AA, it can work sometimes.
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 45 (F)
AA is the best starting hand when you play with them and win Unless you lose so they are just crap. Whats the best hand to start a tourney? AA go all in and hope you double. But i have been the first to go also like that Not the best way to leave a tourney, it kinda tilts you especially if you are in yor early days of playing poker. gl with your next pocket aces, but believe me you have lots more to lose in the future