Page 4 - This is a discussion on Why all the All-Ins online & how to beat it? within the online poker forums, in the Tournament Poker section; I am new to online poker and get really frustrated with the constant All-in play. It seems like a lot of players go all-in when
let them play all ins , just w8 youre cards and get them , Patience is the key
June 17th, 2019, 8:15 PM
Join Date: Nov 2014
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all-in on flop?
hey in low stake mtt or freerolls you will always encounter a player betting like 1/5-1/4 of the beginning stack and on the flop all-in. Waiting for AK or some high pair may just draw your stack to low to recover and/or only calling with AK,AQ and high pair not getting anything on the flop will will also draw your stack to low to recover. The best strategy to encounter this? go all in once you have AK,AQ or high pair knowing you most likely only got 60-40 in your favour? or what do you suggest?
June 18th, 2019, 12:47 AM
Join Date: Feb 2018
It depends on how deep in the MTT you are and what the blind levels are. With premiums and pairs you can still be beat if you jam all in. The question is what makes you think you will beat your villain? You'll want to raise your strong hands. If they don't hit the flop, you still have options to pressure your villain or check fold depending on the board and your villain's range.
June 29th, 2019, 9:45 PM
Join Date: Jun 2019
Originally Posted by Dream Slayer
I am new to online poker and get really frustrated with the constant All-in play. It seems like a lot of players go all-in when they get a good hand, I guess I should appreciate it, but don't understand it. Then there are some that just push all the time ? Is this the culture or just bad play ?
bad play, all you can do is wait out for good hand and go in,although dosen't always work,,,i had KK,,opp had 9,6 offsuited and a 8,7,A,J,5 flopped the board.
June 29th, 2019, 9:57 PM
Join Date: Aug 2016
Online Poker at: PokerStars
A good hand can wait a long time, you can not wait. You need to consider the depth of the tournament, the depth of the stack. Therefore, you need to play not only with a good hand.
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