Originally Posted by widowmaker89
Well with AA you really never want to push people off hands since its very rare you will ever get people to fold better. .
It's a good point, that some people wouldn't even think about. I think the biggest problem for players is the fact they can't fold them ever. Obviously preflop you never want to fold them, that is the easiest decision in poker,because you know 100 % you are right regardless of the villains holding.
Post flop though, players want to just keep jamming the pot regardless of the board texture and action.
For example the flop comes down, you are up against a super nit who you haven't seen stack off with less than two pair. You bet the flop and he calls. You bet the turn and he re raises you ? What do you do? I'm not saying it is an auto fold, other things come in to the equation too, but you have to ask yourself, what am I beating here ?
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