It is important to know the position of the table and the size of the chips, KK will have an advantage if several players decide to participate, so it can limp and have more chances of success
Depends on your position at the table, how much you raised pre-flop, how many opponents and of course stack sizes. But generally you can always test the waters by raising a half or quarter of the pot size.
With aq, I make 3bet, if I get 5bet, I fold. if 8-12 bb, then just go to all in from any position,
kk I play differently, if the prizes are soon, then I can throw it away, if I am sure that someone has an ace with a kicker and me at best 70% to win
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You need to act depending on the number of players on the flop and their behavior
If the players are tight, then we can confidently continue to raise
If the players are aggressive and you do not have a clue what is in their hands, you should fold
I mostly play C-bet in these situations if I raise a pre-flop. If the player continues to pay then turn to the check, I think about a check or maybe a fold. You need to be careful when the ace comes out and you have a smaller pair. Interesting topic, I will review other answers. Greeting!
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Check until opponent bets and then raise him. What he does next will give you enough information to either lose the "minimum", or take it down. Also, the pre-flop action, stack sizes, the player's image, and the position all play a huge factor in what I decide to do. But with what you have posted, I would play it with a check-raise, if he has a weak ace it will hard for him to call as you are representing a monster hand(set, top two).
Wait to see your opponent move.After that take proper action,if he raise more than half pot fold,if he raise half pot see what type of player he is and then decide if he checks be prepared to raise him on turn.