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and Which pair/or two cards would you pick to call his
What strategy would you pick up vs an opponent that is shoving any pair?
and Which pair/or two cards would you pick to call his open shove?
20th November 2016, 1:44 AM
Game: all three
How big is the shove in relation to the pot? Generally the more of an over bet it is the stronger of a hand you need to call.
Is he also shoving draws?
There are a lot of variables here that change what the correct play should be. If you are interested in how to figure these types of questions out I would recommend the theory of poker a great book by David Sklansky. If you need a quick answer then top pair should be a good place to start.
20th November 2016, 1:54 AM
Is this cash or tournament play? How deep are the stacks, or is he or you playing short? Like crdalchemy93 stated, it all depends?
First off, I would suggest patience. Nothing says you have to be the Hero at the table, unless of course, your heads-up. So, again it depends.
I don't think you can have a standard answer to your question, because it always depends. I would be patient, pick my spot that I choose to be the best and call/re-shove, and live with the results. Learn from the results. Continue to grow as a poker player. Good luck!
20th November 2016, 6:01 AM
Poker at: Pokerstars
Game: Omaha 8
I agree with the posts above it depends on the situation so hard to say what you should be calling with. Is this pre-flop or post flop. If you provide more details we will be able to give a more clear cut response.
20th November 2016, 3:43 PM
Alex Sentsov 
Online Poker at: Pokerstars
re: Poker & Strategy for Opponent shoving any pair?
These players need to only play strong cards. And to destroy it.
20th November 2016, 4:41 PM
Poker at: PokerStars
Game: NL Holdem
If he shoves it preflop,call with aces in this case you know you are over him,if he shoves postflop call with straight draw or flush draw depends a lot,stack size,phase of tournament,how much you want to risk.