According to me, A rag is much better and has lot of odds than K rag...
And ur post flop action should also be dependent upon ur stack size too other than ur table image...
I agree with wat u said that the caller to ur bet will most probably holding A rag, but wats concerned to me is, how many times out of 10 do u think K rag will defeat A rag?And how much successful will be ur post flop action to C-bet and take down the pot with K rag , knowing that the villian has A rag? I prefer stealing with Ace in my hand rather than King or Queen...
K-rag rarely beats A-rag, but K-rag will rarely go to a showdown with A-rag in this scenario; the K-rag will probably only go to a show down if I actually hit the K. It's just when I get played back at and I've hit my A I never quite know what to do, since they are SO many hands in my opponents calling range that have better A, whereas with a K I can be more confident I have the best hand, I just have to pray a A doesn't come on the turn/river
Ok then, so, a seperate question that may help answer this one: What would be better to go all-in on when sort stacked(7BB for example) K2 or A2. It might seem like an obvious A2, because they beats most hands, but does it beat most all-in calling hands? People will call an all-in shove with A7,A8,A9,A10,AJ,AQ,AK,KJ,KQ, 55,66,77,88,99,TT,JJ,QQ,KK,AA,QJs
I hope I don't have to explain some of the math behind that, but I think that it is obvious that K2 does better against that range. Hey, isn't there a program that figures out that stuff? I think it's called Poker Stove
By the way, I'm a little disappointed from some of the responses, you guys are, I think, laughing at my "apparently" stupid question, but did you guys once even consider what I said, or did you guys simply thought, "this guy is a fish what a stupid question of course A-rag is better than K-rag" Oh and sorry about my previous post, I was half asleep