No I don't lose that often with the hand (AA) and neither should you if the hand is played correctly pre-flop. I rarely loose as AA is a huge favourite to win at least 82-85% of the time you should win depending if it is a cash game or a tournament and how many players call your raise. You want to be heads up all in or just once caller when you raise pre-flop. I rarely ever limp re-raise or slow play as it is generally better to fast play your premium hands
and raise / re-raise so 3/4 bet to narrow the filed and get heads up as you have a better chance of your AA holding up. In a multi way pot your odds
of winning with AA decrease significantly as someone spikes two pair or trips/set hence the reason you need to thin the field get opponents to fold those speculative hands or make it prohibitively expensive to continue post flop if you put them on a draw. Good luck. Below is some info from a popular poker site
Here Are The Exact Odds Of Winning With Pocket Aces
As a poker beginner, you might be already envisioning the money made when you look down at your cards and see pocket aces. While it is true that AA will win more often than not, you still need to understand you will not win every time. So how often can you expect to win with aces?
Pocket aces win 85% of the time against one opponent holding the random hand in Texas Holdem. Although the percentage varies greatly depending on the opponent’s hand and the number of opponents. 85% is the odds to win when AA goes all-in preflop. Odds change on later streets.
It might feel unfair when we loose holding the best hand but keep in mind if we are not 100% to win, we will lose sometimes.
Chances of winning with pocket aces preflop
Every time you get dealt a hand in Texas Holdem your odds of getting pocket aces are 1/221
, which is roughly 0.9%.
First, let’s check how often do pocket aces win preflop. For better representation, I will take a sample of 100 examples. So next 100 times you receive an AA, 15 times you will lose and win 85 times
. Let that sink in, you are supposed to lose 15 times out of 100 times
when you go all-in preflop with pocket aces. And that is only if you are up against 1 player. Once you add in more players, your odds in almost all scenarios decrease (only if 2 other players going all in would both hold the same pocket pair, like pocket kings for example, then your odds to win would increase a lot).