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ga25x

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that's kind of cooler. In this situation no matter what you do preflop, outcome always will be the same. don't like limping with AK preflop tho.
 
igroksash

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Such situations often happen to me, and everything always ends all in, it is very difficult to fold especially in a cash game.
 
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fundiver199

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Its not like, he would ever have folded AQ preflop, when you only started with half a stack, or postflop on this runout. So all this fancy slowplay changed nothing. Just raise preflop and get it in as fast as possible.
 
Evan Jarvis

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We can sit for a long time in the cash game until we come face to face with the opponent. Once such moments struck a big blow to me in the days of Full Tilt Poker.
I noticed today that the opponent often raises the stakes at the table. So I decided to play a limp - call with AK. Here's what happened.
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Nice hand!

Although if you raise it instead of limping I think you still stack them.

Top full house vs second full house definitely fits in the cooler category (especially for 50BB)

Good for you for winning the max and doubling up :)
 
Vallet

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Its not like, he would ever have folded AQ preflop, when you only started with half a stack, or postflop on this runout. So all this fancy slowplay changed nothing. Just raise preflop and get it in as fast as possible.
I didn't want to raise preflop because I would have gotten a half-stack re-raise. I don't see the point in rushing to put all-in in a cash game. Could you assume that the opponent also has two pairs on the flop and a full house on the turn? He can even bet with a straight draw or a flash draw in such situations.
 
Vallet

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Nice hand!

Although if you raise it instead of limping I think you still stack them.

Top full house vs second full house definitely fits in the cooler category (especially for 50BB)

Good for you for winning the max and doubling up :)
I got lucky on the flop actually. I assumed in the end that his hand was weaker than full house. I just wanted to point out that such cases lead to ruin unfortunately.
 
sanych

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terribly played, first limp, secondly you need to play 3bet after his raise, not call
 
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Kmason531

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If you're going to limp this hand preflop it should be with the intention to raise if you get raised. You got a fortunate flop but what happens if the flop was T76 and he bet the flop? You played the hand in a way where the only chance you had to win was to flop a strong hand. Don't be results oriented.
 
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