Originally Posted by WVHillbilly
Top 5 or 6 money making hand. Stop bitching about JJ.
lolol. There are a few easy ways to remember how to play it. You can play it the same as a any other pocket pair, and go for a set on the flop.
When there's an overcard on the board after you miss the set post-flop, and you are OOP you can just make a standard bet. You have to fold if the villain 3 bets back into you. JJ has more equity than AKs against any other random hand.
When you get it , and you have only around 10 - 15 BBs you're going to have to put your chips all in.