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How to play with AA on the river  0   
My hand is: AA
I rase: 4bb
He calls
Flop: J J K
I rase: 6bb
He re-rases: 10bb
I call
Turn: J J K 2
Check - check
River: 9
He is all in.
What shoild I have to do?

Sorry for my weak english. Confused

     
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I would generally call because he might have a king with a good kicker but I need more information, like how many BB he has an how many you have

     
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fold
and fight another day.
he had position on you too.
Better for you to put your money in first.
I suggest an even bigger raise preflop.
Think about what hands can beat you.ja,kk,jq j10 possibly a flush as you didnt say the suits.
Sometimes you just have to tip yur hat and move on.
Just my suggestion.

     
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I would re-raise him again on the flop as well, if he does have a jack you can't really expect to draw out with you aces and if you do get a raise back you can be pretty sure that you are beaten unless he is very loose, and if he doesnt on the other hand you can expect to be ahead and with a decent follow up bet on the turn you would probably get rid of most drawing hands. I would call on the river though, I really don't think he has a jack or a full house or he would have bet the turn, and i doubt he has QT , so actually the hand i would fear the most on the river is 99, and I would put him on a strong king or a total bluff. So my advice is pretty much more betting.

The problem I see in a lot of players game is a very tight betting/raising range post flop and a huge calling, which pretty much only has one oppertunity, and a small one at that. You minimize your losses when you are drawn out upon or make a bad read. Calling instead of raising, when you think you are ahead, or folding, when you don't think so is pretty much just givng away money when you think you are beat or giving you opponent a break when you think he is. I try to only call pre flop or when I'm drawing, trying to trap, and possibly when I come back totally blank when trying to read my opponent.

Edited by Whiskerer (12 March 2009 @ 15:53 GMT)


     
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Fold if his all in is greater than 65% pot. Otherwise call. On an unknown player.

Did you have any kind of a read on him? This would influence my decision greatly.

I think your betting line and bet sizing is fine.


     
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Posted by agentne007:
My hand is: AA
I rase: 4bb
He calls
Flop: J J K
I rase: 6bb
He re-rases: 10bb


Let's just say that guy was holding KJ or simply JJ, so folding on the river is a good fold imo BUT I'm wondering why that guy checked on the turn Confused was he weaker than the AA Question

     
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all matter from how is he playing, if he's agressive, then maybe he had a K and a good kicker or he thought that you bluffed, then call !

but in most cases you shoulda fold, because you never lose all your chips folding LOL

     
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Strange hand. Minraise flop, check behind turn and all-in on the river???

Only hand that would make a bit of sense is QT.

     
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Posted by agentne007:

He is all in.
What shoild I have to do?



Hi

I am just curiose of what happend at the end.

Did you fold og call?
If you call, what had he?

     
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Sorry havent read any replys.
So, my response, re-raise the flop the inital raise is ok but no harm in going a bit bigger.
Rise the turn why it is check check Confused
raise the river tester bet be ready to fold to a good re-raise lots of hands have you on the river.(depending on stacks)
But very hard to say with out stack size, so thats just a basic guide.
I think his 4BB bet totaly put you at a disposition and you did the worst thing by just calling now he knows where you are at and out played you, think you got bluffed. id say he was running with K*


     
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Fold Smile

always lost with AA !
i'm curious too, what hapenned ? did you call? did you win ?
thanks

     
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I don't really think that QT makes sense, I really don't see why he would raise on the flop, unless he was semi bluffing, and if he was then he would definitely follow through with that bet on the turn after your flat call on the flop and then check on the turn. Imo the only hands that make sense to me is either a decent size king, a pocker pair above 7's or even a total bluff, the only hand I would really fear would be 99.

     
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he has QT imo. he kinda miniraises for a free card on the turn and hit it on the river.

     
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Posted by agentne007:
My hand is: AA
I rase: 4bb
He calls
Flop: J J K
I rase: 6bb
He re-rases: 10bb
I call
Turn: J J K 2
Check - check
River: 9
He is all in.
What shoild I have to do?

Sorry for my weak english. Confused


fold,after his rerase

     
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Really a strangely played hand Confused
My question is on the turn who checked first? I also think he had K and checked if you have the J but when you flat called his raise on the flop he knew you didnt and then you checked the turn making him certain you dont have it so he goes all in with his K and probably A kicker

     
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If he re-rraise on the flop and he is not an aggressive player, he probably have a J so you must only fold! the only risk is that you are folling in love with your cards

     
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I would generally call because he might have a king with a good kicker but I need more information, like how many BB he has an how many you have


You seriously have to be joking.

Any J, pocket Ks, pocket 9s, pocket 2s, 9 2, K9, J9, J2, K2

He could have any one of them....

anyone who calls in that spot wants their heads testing. Its an instant fold and wait for another spot.

I would like to know why you would check after the flop. Heads up.. Its an instant continuation bet to gain some knowledge of where you stand in the hand... If you get called then check it down and fold to any bet. If you get raised you fold.

Either way you do not put any more chips into that pot if you suspect he may have a Jack.

     
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92, K9 or K2 doesn't cut it, since the paired board gives you aces up.

     
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Still like to know did you fold or what on the river?

     
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yes, sorry didnt see that.

But still an easy fold if faced with an all in with that board

     
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