Originally Posted by vollski69
i think you should of just called there becasue you could of just gotten way from it after you saw the flop. Pushing preflop is a mistake that i have learned to get rid of becuase i lose to many coin flips that way.
I dont call AJ vs QQ a coinflip. AK vs QQ, then yes. From the original post he thought the other player had AJ AT AQ AK KQ.
4 out of those 5 hands, including the AJ that he had, will lose to QQ more often then not. I guess it's just the way you play. Im assuming QQ beats AJ more frequently (based on percentages), and thus I want to get all of my money in with the best hand. If he went all in preflop, would you have called? Yes. Would it have been the bad move? No. Thus, if you push all in with QQ and he calls with AJ, I don't think that's a bad move either. He hit a 3 outter, assuming he doesnt hit a straight or something like that. If you just call and the flop is A 3 7, and he has KQ and bets, then what do you do? Give me QQ vs Ax and I'll dance every day of the week.