Originally Posted by jaymfc
HIGHJACK please reply to op first
but is it true that KJs would be considered one of the top 14 or so hands ?
and that being sooooooted only adds a small advantage ?
why the dramatic change ? how do you play this hand ?
I wouldn't say top 14. I like any PP better to call a raise with. I think KJ is known in some circles as a "rookie/noob/donkey hand".
I would recommend you limp with it (if you limp), but try not to play it for a raised pot.
It really depends on your reading ability. If you can get away from an opponent with AK or AJ when you make top pair, play it.
If you are a player who nearly always comes in for a raise when you come in at all, you might raise if you get the 1st shot at the pot while folding if someone raises ahead of you. It is very situational.