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Hi all.
I played my last game in tournament and have a good results, but :
I have AJ same colour at PRE-Flop
My opponent have KK at PRE-Flop and more chips.
Is good bet to go ALLIN in this case?

Please write your comments.
Thanks. Smile

     
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If you know that your opponent has kings it would be a bad move to go all in with AJs. You will lose 2 out of three hands.

If you move all in with AJ, you don't want a call. If your opponent calls you, you are very likely behind.

     
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u know what us hould do? quit poker.. hahah j/k

come on.. all in with a/j suited ? why not.. i say go all in with a/2 suited.. but the catch is.. U LOSE UR MONEY! mUAHAHHAHA

     
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How can you know ur oponent has KK?
Can you tell me what site ur playin so i can see my oponents whole cards? Big Smile

     
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Depends on a lot of factors and do you know your opponent has KK?

     
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It was after game that I know what opponent have

     
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I dont mess with people who have bigger stacks than me with AJs especially pre flop, it's not an easy lay down but if it's for all your chips then meh, I'd rather push with 77. If you're short stacked and acted before him, it's not such a bad move as you're unlikely to see better. If you're re-raised with it you're probably behind but are priced in so have no choice especially if it's heads up, so SHIP IT Smile If how ever you have the same(ish) size stack and he pushes pre you gotsta fold..

That's a big mistake people make in tourneys, they like to push too much pre flop with AJ/Q (not to mention QK,KJ,QJ!!) and most of the time, if you're getting called or raised it's generally by a better hand. I may call a re-raise if its not gonna cripple me but I have to hit the flop hard to continue.

AJ is over rated imo.

     
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I'm astonished!!! Honestly, fs!!!!. No, wait till he has J3 offsuit

     
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Keef, we're twins Big Smile

and up too late lol

     
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you will never know wt card's your player have he can bluf any time even with a 2 5 of suits but you never know wt hee hits Tongue so .... depends with Aj is not that if are the same color yeah you call but not all in :|

     
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It's very simply ... if you go all in and you win this hand it is always a good bet and if you loose this hand it is a bad bet ... all depends also if you are in start of the tournement or in finish line of the tournement ... in start people take more risks ... at least i do but in finish line i play more carefull .

     
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Posted by JoeJeavons:
Keef, we're twins Big Smile

and up too late lol


Indeed we are Joe, funnily enough my real name is Joe. Spooky. We must have the same girlfriend. Cool

     
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You would have to post the history jovoga, if you was SS and expected to take blinds then its ok, but without knowing any info outher than you have AJs i couldent comment

     
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It depends on many things: position, stack size, BB size, number of opponents and so on. So there's nothing I can answer to this question. Big Smile

     
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Posted by mrnugger:
It's very simply ... if you go all in and you win this hand it is always a good bet and if you loose this hand it is a bad bet ...

This is absolute b******t. You can win the hand with a totally wrong bet, or you can play well but be unlucky. It's not chess where everything depends on your decision and luck has nothing to do with it. It's poker and you must be ready to loose with AA to 27 just because of hard luck
Angry
AJ is definitely a good hand to go all-in if you are short-handed and there're about 10 BB in your stack or even less, no matter what your opponents do.But in any other case you really need to provide information about number of opponents, your position, your stack, etc. Smile

     
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Well if it is like you tell it you shoulda Fold AJ because you will loose like 7 out of 10 times

     
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I totally agree with Caesar! This is fish-thinking "If I win, I am a good player". This means, if you win a hand against a professional, you are NOT better than him, it could just be luck. Although many people say Poker hasn't too much to do with the cards you are actually holding, for a preflop allin, its 100% maths to win or lose.

     
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this question is retarded because of course u dont know dat ur opponent has KK.

u got only the 3 outs of hitting aces and little chance(s) for flush or str8

MIND(en) Shock Shock Shock

     
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AJ is so weak hand! There are plenty of hands that you will be dominated by!

     
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AJ vs KK are difficult hands....

All in every body

     
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