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  29-Mar-09, 18:08   #21
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-janne1990 

Joined: Dec '08
Location: Finland
Age: 29 (M)
Posts: 35
I hope my position is Big Blind when i get AA. I raise 4 BB and for every limper +1 BB. If somebody re-raise i raise. I try to get all-in before flop. In the flop i bet 3/4 pot or 100% pot if there is flush or straight draw. All-in as soon as possible is my way to play AA.

     
  29-Mar-09, 18:45   #22
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xxxbchxxx 

Joined: Nov '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 43 (M)
Posts: 2194
Posted by bughime:
If there is no raise in front of you you raise 4 BB + 1 BB for every limper, if there was a raise you re-raise 3 times the original raise (or go all-in). After the flop you play it very aggressive especially if it's a draw heavy board (if you hit an A on the flop and there are no draws you could slowplay it)

This is good advice but in my experience it is very hard to 4bet in early position on a tight table...
I belive that you should play AA depending on your table image..eg if you are a maniac and you know you have the table image of a maniac go all in you'll get payed more often than not, as long as they dont gang up on you and make it a multi-way pot.
If you are a tight player and have the table image of one then you should just call then over bet the flop, providing there are no made draws or flush's. in my opinion a overbet is a very powerfull tool as when a tight player overbets a pot he has often missed altogether.
Confused

     
  29-Mar-09, 20:24   #23
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shokaku 

Joined: May '08
Location: Germany
Age: 55 (M)
Posts: 6692
Posted by xxxbchxxx:
If you are a tight player and have the table image of one then you should just call then over bet the flop, providing there are no made draws or flush's. in my opinion a overbet is a very powerfull tool as when a tight player overbets a pot he has often missed altogether.
Confused


This is an invitation for disaster. To easy to get outflopped.

     
  29-Mar-09, 23:11   #24
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Caesar 
Joined: Feb '09
Location: Finland
Age: 29 (M)
Posts: 35
I agree with 'xxxbchxxx'. And according to Allen Cunningham you should limp AA approximately 1 of 5 times. But that's about short-table (it works for me, cause I usually play short ring). Playing full-ring limp is more dangerous and perhaps you will have -EV on flop. However, as 'xxxbchxxx' said you should think of your image and your opponents' ones first. And don't forget about position. So it all depends on a concrete situation...

     
  29-Mar-09, 23:46   #25
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baelen 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Belgium
Age: 46 (M)
Posts: 6
I rais 4bb+3bb and flop null make all in

     
  30-Mar-09, 00:05   #26
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Outcast 

Joined: Mar '09
Location: Russian Federation
Age: 37 (M)
Posts: 15
Posted by xxxbchxxx:
Posted by bughime:
If there is no raise in front of you you raise 4 BB + 1 BB for every limper, if there was a raise you re-raise 3 times the original raise (or go all-in). After the flop you play it very aggressive especially if it's a draw heavy board (if you hit an A on the flop and there are no draws you could slowplay it)

This is good advice but in my experience it is very hard to 4bet in early position on a tight table...
I belive that you should play AA depending on your table image..eg if you are a maniac and you know you have the table image of a maniac go all in you'll get payed more often than not, as long as they dont gang up on you and make it a multi-way pot.
If you are a tight player and have the table image of one then you should just call then over bet the flop, providing there are no made draws or flush's. in my opinion a overbet is a very powerfull tool as when a tight player overbets a pot he has often missed altogether.
Confused

Thus many who would dump on pre, will receive chance to bit my pocket rockets (everything, stright, flush or set).

     
  30-Mar-09, 02:58   #27
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overcome 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Poland
Age: 31 (M)
Posts: 3
One tip: If u have 2up or 3up your stak and U want to leave - but u cant because u have aces: try some impressive raise like 15BB or reraise to allin for every raise.

Regards. Big Smile

     
  30-Mar-09, 03:36   #28
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kevinnivek 
Joined: Jan '09
Location: Portugal
Age: 39 (M)
Posts: 99
Raise and reraise pre flop always.
isolate one oponent.
Dont try to catch more oponent to win more money you will lose alot.

try to play on heads up.

     
  31-Mar-09, 15:22   #29
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MarkusCo 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Belarus
Age: 31 (M)
Posts: 8
woul utg, raise mtg and 4bb+1bblimp on co and button and SB BB

     
  31-Mar-09, 18:28   #30
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polevaulter 
Joined: May '08
Location: Hungary
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 212
what hand? I dont see anythihng Smile
but with AA you should always go allin

     
  31-Mar-09, 18:49   #31
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ChoonT 

Joined: Dec '08
Location: Germany
Age: 41 (M)
Posts: 522
today i learned that only an all in is the right way to keep out gamblingcallers Aww crap!
( but i think there would be caller with j2 or else too )

     
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