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Position Name Stack
BB Hero 6,880 (1.2 bb)
UTG+1 16,180 (2.8 bb)
UTG+2 36,236 (6.4 bb)
MP1 18,075 (3.2 bb)
MP2 19,609 (3.5 bb)
MP3 93,139 (16.4 bb)
CO 68,304 (12 bb)
BTN 59,712 (10.5 bb)

Preflop: Hero is BB with A of clubs A of hearts
3 folds, MP2 raises to 18,409 and is all-in, 2 folds, BTN calls 18,409

Flop: (52,098) 3 of hearts K of clubs 7 of hearts (3 players, 2 are all-in)
Turn: (52,098) 3 of clubs (3 players, 2 are all-in)
River: (52,098) 3 of diamonds (3 players, 2 are all-in)

Results: 52,098 pot
Final Board: 3 of hearts K of clubs 7 of hearts 3 of clubs 3 of diamonds
Hero showed A of clubs A of hearts and won 26,640 (19,760 net)
MP2 showed Q of hearts K of spades and won 25,458 (5,849 net)
BTN showed 9 of diamonds Q of spades and lost (-19,609 net)
Cool Cool

Edited by waoz (15 November 2016 @ 02:46 GMT)

What a hell are you doing with this forum?you see that all of your threads are closed and you still new 4!are you crazy or what?

Do not read them if you do not like them .. stop harassment

Well in the morning,hope that all of this threads will be locked like every before!when you with 38 years dont know how to behave on forum,thats says all!and you harass all of us!cant find old threads with poker,casino and other news!and you with every new post,open new thread,20 of them!what would happen if every member open 5 threads every day?
When you dont know to open 2 or 3 thread and then to write,then forum is not for you!

Do your work and leave others in peace, stop bothering

waoz I will give you some friendly advice, do not write such things tell us some of your experience in poker, tell us how you played in a tournament, whether you win a tournament, whatever your experience at the poker tables, you have here many topics, you can write your comments there

Vaci seems like we are among the few bothered annoyed by his serial copy/pasting/spamming b******t.

Just lets do the same as him and bring this forum to s**t then:

PokerStars Game #9995228094: Tournament #PokerStarsSample, $20+$2 Hold'em No Limit - Level I (10/20) - 2006/01/01 - 23:30:53 (ET)
Table 'PokerStarsSample 1' 9-max Seat #1 is the button
Seat 1: Brunson (1500 in chips)
Seat 2: Chan (1500 in chips)
Seat 3: Harman (1500 in chips)
Seat 4: Lederer (1500 in chips)
Seat 5: Negreanu (1500 in chips)
Seat 6: Hero (1500 in chips)
Seat 7: Williams (1500 in chips)
Seat 8: Raymer (1500 in chips)
Seat 9: Ivey (1500 in chips)
Chan: posts small blind 10
Harman: posts big blind 20
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to Hero [Js Qd]
Lederer: folds
Negreanu: folds
Hero: folds
Williams: folds
Raymer: folds
Ivey: folds
Brunson: folds
Chan: calls 10
Harman: checks
*** FLOP *** [Ad 8s Tc]
Chan: bets 20
Harman: calls 20
*** TURN *** [Ad 8s Tc] King of diamonds
Chan: bets 20
Harman: raises 40 to 60
Chan: calls 40
*** RIVER *** [Ad 8s Tc Kd] 9 of clubs
Chan: bets 1400 and is all-in
Harman: folds
Chan collected 200 from pot
Chan: doesn't show hand
*** SUMMARY ***
Total pot 200 | Rake 0
Board [Ad 8s Tc Kd 9c]
Seat 1: Brunson (button) folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 2: Chan (small blind) collected (200)
Seat 3: Harman (big blind) folded on the River
Seat 4: Lederer folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 5: Negreanu folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 6: Hero folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 7: Williams folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 8: Raymer folded before Flop (didn't bet)
Seat 9: Ivey folded before Flop (didn't bet)

Pair who not lowe pair of aces but many players not raise preflop and got trapped for that's play or you play ws UK or Russian donk who pays any card, I play on i poker 2 and with pair AA I lost 80%, and with JJ almost every time

The guy on the button with queen nine and 10 big blinds was pretty dumb to be in that pot in the first place lol. But he got what he deserved.

Last time I got aces deep in a tournament I lost my chance to triple up and be in the chip leaders. It can be a risky hand, but in the end it's the least risky hand in poker Blink

Good luck in the future waoz

Ok I'll take your advice

By experience the pairs of aces play very carefully, from the point of view to mirror a set, has the same amount of out as any other pair, with the difference that if no mirror has more strength. But today I have seen many players who do not stop to think .... their open raise was 5x ... why? Does it have a high pair? Are they suited? They are connected Or are suited connected? ... solon think, if I check I show weakness, if he is aggressive he is stealing me .. I call and when he leaves the cards on the turn they have a double pair that simply kill your good cards.

I had the pair of aces, the hand was good for me and I was lucky that the table had solid players, moments before I steal some blinds and that helped me not to believe me in this opportunity. Also that at that height so advanced of the tournament many players are put in the brain ... the blinds are big and they are going to rob me with trash. So it happens, I thought it too, hehehe. So with those cards under the same scenario you have to make the best of the hand and calling that the villain does not have a set served at the table

Edited by waoz (18 November 2016 @ 02:49 GMT)

yeah , also add that pocket aces are without a doubt the best starting hand one can be dealt in the game of hold’em. Unfortunately, the odds of being dealt pocket Aces is 220-to-1 so it doesn’t occur nearly as often as we would wish. When you are fortunate enough to get them you need to know what to do with them. That’s the goal of this lesson.

How they are played to their optimum largely depends in the setting they appear. You might be dealt them in a cash game, a tournament, heads-up, in early or late position, playing limit or no-limit to name several factors. Don’t let all these variables make you nervous as generally the strategy you should embrace is to raise aggressively pre-flop and to continue to bet and/or raise unless you meet resistance that is supported by the texture of the board.

waoz in your posts, this is all theory, but in practice is quite different, so do not read many things about poker play more tournaments so you can get some experience in poker, it's good to know the basics of poker games, but in 99.9% the player with a pocket aces go all in, not waiting for the flop, do not wait for a raise Smile

well vaci38 when you cant play slow with AA in todays poker,when if you have small raises,people just pay on anything and then his some small pairs or straight or whatever and people dont like to risk and bet all in preflop!few years ago,this wasnt case and poker was much different!

dule-vu know that is not right but I have been many times in a situation to lose with pocket aces Smile small raises and small raises and lose my best hand Angry Smile exactly as you explained,so now I play the same as other players all in with a pair of aces,less pain if I lose Smile a lot harder for me when I go to the river card and losing Smile

in todays poker its almost only option for playing,especially when people have chips and would pay raise on anything,just to see flop and what do you can do!best way to bet all in or huge raise and then you push out all donks or if he pay at least it was pre flop all in!

two aces and I was always afraid of alarming ... really want to put all my chips but ... I lost very often with two aces some sort of a garbage hand ... so I play with these cards very carefully ... but of course sometimes I risk and gain occurs in about half the time ... and 2 and 7 if you're lucky you can win Shock

Posted by pajalnick:
two aces and I was always afraid of alarming ... really want to put all my chips but ... I lost very often with two aces some sort of a garbage hand ... so I play with these cards very carefully ... but of course sometimes I risk and gain occurs in about half the time ... and 2 and 7 if you're lucky you can win Shock

Well, I wouldn't suggest overplaying aces either. Especially when the blinds are big deep in a tournament. Of course in the early stages you can raise bigger because the average number of big blinds per stack is a lot bigger so people can afford to call wider. But late in a tourney I just raise (2-2.5x) or 3bet normally (3x the original raise) with aces, it's been the best way to get the most value out of my aces for me. Gotta try to make it look like a normal steal/bluff and hopfully get reraised by a smaller pair or something.

pair of aces can only mean that you were dealt a great starting hand that caused your excitement and potentially excrements, however this has been done in order to seduce you and to suck out money from your account, pair of aces is also known as "the masterfully rigged hand"... it's all part of the plan dude, all part of the plan...

A pair of Aces, the preflop nuts in no limit Holde'm. You are always at least 4 to 1 favorite against a single opponent. So, statistically speaking, even the strongest preflop hand will lose versus any random two cards approximately 100 in 500 times. That is a reality.

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