This is a discussion on One against all! within the online poker forums, in the General Poker section; I am one against all! If I have AA comes every 6 hours. Then I can meet them 3 times in 6 hours, or even
There is no such thing as one versus all in poker. Everybody plays against everybody else. You are playing with at least 5 (or in some cases up to 9) other players on the table. If every player have the same chance to get AA it is absolutely normal the chance somebody else on the table to have AA to be 5 to 9 times higher than the chance you to have it. It is pure math. Not to mention that AA guarantees you nothing after initial preflop betting.
Personally, getting AA is an extra headache for me)) My reraises or Ollins fly into my raises! As a result, you get solid moves. It used to be easier-respected raises. Now they play with any cards. Accordingly, the winning percentage with this hand is rapidly falling .
I don't understand what point you are making. Everyone has the same chance of being dealt AA as you. It just means the more players at your table, the more chance there is of one of them having it...
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