according to the position in early position to do just waiting for someone to call resuba and last raise or reraise as advice However, playing these hands no easy task , much less . Imagine you are in the cutoff with KK , and hand comes raiseada by someone in early ( following two positions to the blinds ) , here come our first question : I smooth call ( just look to show strength on the flop) or there reraiseo same preflop ? I usually opt for the second option , for so we will avoid more people into the boat after us , because we like to play KK heads up against three opponents and it gets ugly . Okay ... resubimos and opponent reraised us ! What is it ? That invention is this? Has the ****ing aces ? What do I do , Pusheo ( push ) all in ? FOLDEO ... ? I have come to fold kings in these situations , because most of the times I encounter this scenario the villain actually has the aces and we peel a buy-in . Others have opted to just watch to see if the flop brings letters below the K , and then raise all in the continuation bet of the opponent, to finish watching had AA ...
Another scenario also ****ed up is when the opponent simply see our reraise . You will be making smooth with AA ? The flop comes seemingly complicated , then you make your bet only to see the reraised you , you start to shit in the poker gods , his mother and PokerStars
, has the ****ing set? I was doing really smooth with aces ? O has a type overpair JJ , QQ and I want to test ? They really are very complex situations where mean hit or miss double your money or lose everything, so learn to make such good reading becomes almost a necessity. You as you see the picture ? How do you usually act?
With aces the thing is " something simpler " because preflop just think if do smooth call or reraise . I usually switch enough to not to become predictable . I like to make smooth when I'm the one coming up, I reraised , because I only see the flop and go up its continuation . You risk to the villain catch a good flop with set, some sort of Draw ( project) or KQ type double , but I think it's the best way to get juice to the coveted aces.
On the other hand, the flop conflict remains the same , there is always overpair , but complicated scenarios as highly coordinated flops plus two of a suit ( suit) , it is very difficult to stay in the hand with a raise to your continuation , because most of the time the opponent has pinched something really big , or that's at least my experience. Foldearé not ever if the table is paired in a flop style 4 4 J , even if two of the same suit, and certainly if I take the set J
I do not know , the truth that this issue is very ear, widely spoken and may even come to bore you , but as I'm not bored , but it bothers me when I lose in a session two boxes for not making the right decisions in these situations . Any advice or experience to share? It would be appreciated