I think I would stick with the K10. Although the 8s are a lot to come on the flop. What do you think?
Even if it's an AK there is a chance that none of them will make a pair, so I would stick with that pair of 88 so you can make a lot of things like a tric, a full house, poker, straight, it's much better to play it passively.
I like the snowmen (88) better However, KT has more post-flop playability. Post flop, KT also has more outs to improve - the pocket pair can basically just catch another 8 and there are only two of those unaccounted for.
I'll still take 88 though; "much" better All-In power when short-stacked shoving too
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Good afternoon everyone, in general I prefer to play pairs that are better in all in situations, when I have a lot of chips suited hands are better in my opinion, I prefer 88.
Poker is a very complex game, I've been playing poker since the end of 2018, and just now I'm using bluffing as a constant tool, for sure there are more technical players who prefer KT, I see expensive mtts and which players use Kx 3bet for bluff and Ax too.
I will hesitate to choose KT vs 66/55 but KT vs 88, I choose 88.
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