Posted by dodo487: I never know if i must call with this hand? what do you think?
It depends on the position at the table, K T can be everything, from fold to raise. Give us more information, maybe a hand history, where you had problems playing K T and it 'll be easier for us to help you.
Joined: Jul '09
Location: United States
Age: 38 (M)
LOL...I like Dane's comment the best but I will add a little to it. Really all depends on the situation, but remember poker is all about position, position, position. Even a hand like K-9; K-8; K-7 can be played for a raise if you are in late position or for a re-raise if you are in the blinds against a late position raiser who abuses his right to open raise. You really should not be trying to find one specific thing to do with ANY hand that you do all of the time. That may be ok for the low limit games but you must be able to mix it up and keep your opponents guessing (and guessing wrong).
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 35 (M)
The same old question. It really depends on a lot of thing even a 9 10 suited can be a good hand. K 10 is a good hand to play in a late position, personally i think. Playing it in early position is not a good idea. If it is suited, who knows if you get a straight flush!! Kidding
You should more about your "K,T" and what poker you are playing... In no-limit K,Ts/o you can call in LatePosition, EP and MP never call/raise etc but in fixed limit you can raise in LP with K,Ts or call. If i wrong tell me I just start my story with Poker
I agree with StoneMaN...depends on your position. It also depends a lot on the table dynamics. If you're playing at a really tight table, anyone who's gonna raise, call your raise, or even reraise will most likely have you dominated. Whereas, if you're playing an overall loose table, it's a pretty good starting hand.
Joined: May '09
Age: 35 (M)
You can't have a fix rule for any cards, you always have to play according to your opponents, your position and the tournament/stakes. If a tight guy raises then u might have to fold or if u are in a table with calling stations you might like to raise., give us more info abt which kind of tournaments and stakes do you play.
Agree with Tchungpo. Depends on the position and on stack; if oppo doesn't push you can call and show flop or if you are in a good position you can try to push: not too much because if you're reraised all in you have to fold.