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Everyone comment there luckiest hand, for me its ace 5 suited 9/10 i i end up with a straight or 2
I guess if I had to pick a lucky hand that I always do well with, it would have to be pocket 9s. Seem to always win for me. They are easy enough for me to get away from if overcards hit the flop and I dont hit my set.
Good morning cardschat world,
Everyone comment there luckiest hand, for me its ace 5 suited 9/10 i i end up with a straight or 2 pair evertime.
The lucky hand is the one that hits and gives you the pot. And I have to say that any 2 cards could do that, it's all about the timing... I also should say that I have a thing for TJ suited, don't like folding it, but I'll take AA over it anytime...
My lucky hand is 76s, I usually win big pot with this hand.
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I am not superstitious, so I will take aces any time. I do have friends that are though and will go all in with J2, another one with Q4. In the long run they are winners, so maybe they are right , not me.
I wouldn't say I have a "lucky" hand, but the hand that I had to win my first ever 1st place was 53o. I flopped the wheel and my opponent shoved with a pair of aces. Game over.
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A-9 suited clubs. I have a weak spot in my heart for this hand. In my early years of poker, I recall that I won woth this like 5 or 6 times in a row , monster pots. So for me it became instant call with this hand even in capped pots
This can explain why at times your in a hand and see the opponent show up with a hand that makes absolutely no logical sense that they could even be playing the hand. The hand that falls into no hand range, except for a range of any two cards.
That being said mine is JJ.