There are many moments that I don't play those hands, it always depends on which way the bets come, if I sense that someone has ak for example, or else. It depends on the reading of the players, it is not emphatic, I never or always play them, it totally depends on the moment of the game
I love suited Aces. I am not shoving all-in with them, but i think they are worth getting to the flop at a reasonable price. Nut flushes are so much more valuable than straights and medium flushes since it takes a boat to beat them.
This is about as good as it gets and we know right away whether we have a shot or not. If we get two to our flush on the flop, our probability of hitting our nut flush are even better than hitting an OESD. Now that is power.
Hi Bald86. The only way I play A/rag is when I can limp. I do play A/rag if they are suited if it don't cost to much to call and that would be in late position. I say this because it seems like if I call in early position, there will be a raise, and more than not I will have to fold, but if not I get stuck out there when I hit a pair my low card. That might not make since, but I tried. GL
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I will usually limp with A-x suited in the early and middle stages unless there is a raise in front of me. Then it is time to fold. Of course I sometimes mix it up to keep my opponents guessing and will sometimes enter with a small raise or call a small raise just so my opponents can’t pick up any betting patterns from me playing certain hands the same way all the time.
This hand is usually a fold for me approaching the bubble and even when into the money I am careful not to play it to any significant raises.
A small suited Ace is great for me only when I am in position and I have established tight aggressive table image. It is also incredibly easy to fold preflop. I never mastered raising with it randomly. Something of a trash hand for my play style.