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Easy one.. AA .. DUH! Blink

     
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AA, KK and QQ if I have huge chip lead and people are raising before me, of course if I'm a short stake there are couple of hands which I will do it, for example AK, middle pocket pairs etc...

     
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KK, AA and AK even if the last one is a dangerous hand if u are not able to fold once u miss the flop

     
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96 offsuit

     
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QK or QJ are my favorite, but AA is good too Tongue

     
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Iv seen J 10 suited is the best hand to go all in with, cheers jazzyboy im kiling poker now.

     
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10, 10 Just because it looks nice =)

     
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If you play short-stacked in general, you can All-In with quite many hands, and you should do so, if oppontenst don't appear too strong.
You have chances above avarage with following hands (Chance to hold best hand on river for 10 Players):

AA (31,1%)
KK (26,1%)
QQ (22,2%)
AK suited (20,7%)
JJ (19,3%)
AQ suited (19,2%)
KQ suited (18,6%)
AJ suited (18,2%)
KJ suited (17,6%)
QJ suited (17,2%)
AK offsuit (17,2%)
TT (17,1%)
KT suited (16,8%)
QT suited (16,6%)
JT suited (16,6%)
99 (15,6%)
AQ offsuit (15,6%)
AT suited (15,4%)
KQ offsuit (15,1%)

The average Chance is 10%. If you play tons of hands, playing this starting hands aggressive you will make some profit, according to stochastic theory.

     
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I like playing drawing hands so I guess 67s and 78s along with small pocket pairs so 22-66, but I wouldn't really put a lot of money in with them unless it's a multiway pot.

     
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AA for sure , KK , AK suited probably but all depends on the situation , as for example stack size , real cash game , sit&go or tournement . So it is really not so easy to tell at this point

     
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Q6. mathmagically it works for me...

     
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Posted by Ankasor:
If you play short-stacked in general, you can All-In with quite many hands, and you should do so, if oppontenst don't appear too strong.
You have chances above avarage with following hands (Chance to hold best hand on river for 10 Players):

AA (31,1%)
KK (26,1%)
QQ (22,2%)
AK suited (20,7%)
JJ (19,3%)
AQ suited (19,2%)
KQ suited (18,6%)
AJ suited (18,2%)
KJ suited (17,6%)
QJ suited (17,2%)
AK offsuit (17,2%)
TT (17,1%)
KT suited (16,8%)
QT suited (16,6%)
JT suited (16,6%)
99 (15,6%)
AQ offsuit (15,6%)
AT suited (15,4%)
KQ offsuit (15,1%)

The average Chance is 10%. If you play tons of hands, playing this starting hands aggressive you will make some profit, according to stochastic theory.


Quite a helpfull information
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i like to go allin with AA, KK , AKs, but it all depends a lot on the game/tournament, opponents, stakes and my stack size. i hate jj and aj unless i am very short stacked i don't go allin with them.

     
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it depends on the stage of the tournament, on the level of the blinds, on position....

     
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well that really all depends on the game (cash/ tourney )
opposition
position
stack
ss/cl
but gotta push utg w AQ
have been known to do A2 s


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Posted by Whiskerer:
I like playing drawing hands so I guess 67s and 78s along with small pocket pairs so 22-66, but I wouldn't really put a lot of money in with them unless it's a multiway pot.

you are better off playing 10J AS IT FLOPS THE MOST NUTS

     
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I think AA KK Smile 10 10 i liked these cards, but 69 often gives me a stragiht, or 99 66 not bad cards, but play with that hands is very hard!

     
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Depends of position but when some call me with an all in i accept with AA, KK AKs, AK without think a lot.... Big Smile

     
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you are better off playing 10J AS IT FLOPS THE MOST NUTS


Of courese it does, but harder to get paid off with most of the time, I do JT and 910 are also good hands.

     
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Obv AA, anyone that doesnt pick AA is a gambler, its easy to choose a hand when you know that one hand is best that others, at least preflop.
If you have a favourite starting hand like KJs, It means that you would actually like to get those pocket cards more than AA, thats weird IMO

     
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KJ, among others are called 'rookie' hands/hole cards, for good reasons.

Middlin sooted connectors, ar 'fun cards' to play....

     
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