re: Poker & 99,TT,JJ is very dangerous
Originally Posted by kworm2013
In cash game,for example,I have TT,flop is 4,8,K, he call 3BB,so I think it is pair of KK with small opportunities,and then will lost very much.
99/TT/JJ are good hands, and you should be winning money with them. If not, post some actual hands.
In this example you made up, you don't tell us if you raised preflop or called his raise (or maybe that's what you meant), and who has position, and what your read on the other players is (loose, or aggressive, or tight?), which will give us hints as to what range of hands he might be holding.
If you bet, and he has a K, then yes you are building the pot for him. But if you bet and he has A8 or 22, then you are building the pot while you are ahead and he may call the flop bet as well.
If you want to avoid all risk, snap-fold preflop except for set-mine calls. That's the only way to make it work all the time. Otherwise, it's just not that simple.