I mean, Aces are gonna win something like 80% of the time Vs any lower pocket pair and 2s is the worst pocket pair of them all so I donít think anyone is going to tell you 2s. That would be insane lol.
To answer your question unless the site is rigged you shouldn't think that way. And if you have a strong feeling it could be or there the soft were isn't as random as it should be (Global Poker) you shoudlnt even play on that site.
The cards have no memories and can't think for themselves.
So here's how you have to think.
If you go all in with 22 and another player has AA here's the situation your in.
You have to improve! That means hitting another 2 on the flop (and there is still a chance that an A could pop up as well)
Getting a crazy 3456 by the river or getting something like
❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ because you just happen to have a heart in your hands and your opponent doesn't
However if your opponent has a heart you will lose.
Lets reverse the situation.
You have AA all in and your opponent calls with 22
You do not have to improve at this point! Your in control
Unless your opponent hits something like described as above you win
Even if you hit an A on the flop and your opponent hits a 2 as well you still win!
You need to be more specific. Do you mean pre-flop ? If so, then only a fool would prefer 22 over AA since the latter wins 80% of the time. If the flop is out and showing a 2 without an A, then obviously I would rather have the 22.
The answer should be obvious. But if any part of you prefers the pocket 22s, itís indicative of some kind of tilt where your decision-making is being informed by emotion rather than sound poker strategy. Perhaps fear of strong opening hands after getting burned one too many times?
If we're talking about being under the gun, 22 is easier to play because you're primary goal is to mine a set on the flop, so it's a very binary play, whereas having pocket aces pretty much forces you to commit all of your chips in the hand, even if you get a bad flop, even if you suspect that you're beat.
Well, the pocket twos are, in some ways, easier to play because you're primary objective with this hand is to mine a set on the flop, whereas with pocket aces you are almost inextricably tied to playing a pot with your entire stack. It's always interesting to see some players fold pocket twos or pocket threes under the gun. While it's a good strategy to see a flop with pocket twos, if the price is too expensive, pre-flop, it is probably not, statistically, the correct play.
Pocket aces over twos any day for me, 22 is only a very good hand if you can get in very cheap or in a multi way pot and flop a set. Aces are good pre flop 100 percent of the time , they manage to get unlucky and lose about 20 but percent of the time, but 22 are rarely the best hand, and even if they are, they get cracked 50 percent of the time. It is not even a real thought of what anyone would prefer to hold in my opinion.