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Fold just to avoid problems; very tight player probably has a top pair
call or raise allin if oppo is loos player Blink

     
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fold but if im slighty tilted i just call and flip at best prolly... Worship

     
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Fold AK pre-flop??
Get your money in...Also dont sit at them tables and when you do sit, sit full stack always. +EV.

     
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i would call but you're not sure ofcourse of what is coming.

     
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It's basically a coin flip and u have no money in there, it's a coin flip no matter wut he has unless 1 of them had K's or A's then u are dominated. I would fold right away because AK is a drawing hand and there is no point calling 14BB with u having no money in there.

     
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If you have statistics of that player and you can consider him a very tight player you should fold! But it really depends on the position you are, if you suspect he is stealing blinds. AK is a really great hand pre-flop you could call, but if you think he is a tight player and the amount is big you could fold too!

     
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im all in.

     
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Posted by doomdy:
Posted by shokaku:
Depends on the table. If people are willing to stack off preflop with AQ, AJ, KQ you have to put your chips in the middle with AK

Hmmmm me personaly am not a fan off that, but yes then its all in the long run true EV+


Shokaku is absolutely write - in a cash game with players prepared to stack off light folding AK pre flop is a big mistake. You can't just wait for AA/KK and let them have all the other pots. Also if you play this tight you'll never get paid when you have AA/KK either.

However in this situation when a super nit goes all in, it's an easy fold - you are never ahead and at best your a slight underdog.

     
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Fold, avoid to go allin with AK or AC s. preflop. Agree

     
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id go all in...only 2 hands that ur in really bad shape AA nd KK

also u had the most at .25/.50.wit only $10 in front of you Confused

     
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Fold. A tight players doesn't go all in for nothing and he's bluffing it's worth letting him have it - mostly because the odds are too low that he would be bluffing. If you catch him out bluffing a few times, then you would consider calling.

     
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If he was an average player then i would probably push all in but as you put the emphisis on the "really tight" i would fold

     
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