- Sep 21, 2007
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As much as we all love to have aces, you see it more than ever a pair of aces loses to a pair of fives or queens or to a jack nine or to a queen ten. Almost anywhere on an internet site u will see this. I cant think the situation happens though when you have a dealer who shuffles the deck the right amount of times in a live game right? Or does that even matter? It doesnt. You cant control what the opponent has when you slowplay or when they are on tilt. You cant control what the dealer puts down. It all boils down to what we call, a donk move. Its just plain luck. No two cards are safe when there are combinations that need three others to make a hand. Its all five cards. So when you get those aces, they are just like twos. They are just like a five nine of clubs. You just need the other three to help you out. Yes your chances to win are whatever at the time, but dont get mad when you lose with them five times out of five. It happens. " THATS POKER "