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Hello ladies and gentlemen, I played sit-and-go tonight and once again with my pocket KK ran into AA and lost. When KK comes to me and one of the rivals goes All-in, I understand that KK is for Call makes me risky, I have a QC the most unlucky card, the percentage of my winnings on a QC is 4℅-5℅ no more, but I canít do anything with myself, my hand reaches for the call button, it feels like KK mesmerizing. on KK all-in and lose, lose and again go all-in when KK come in, damn some way. How to get rid of the payoff? I would be grateful for any sovet.S Sergey respect.
Yesterday I lose with NO AGAINST 55 IT'S JUST LUCK NO SKILLS ..I LOSE A BIG STACK CHIPS ...SOMETIMES IT'S GOOD TO GO FOLD IF THEY GO ALL IN ..JUST GO ALL ON IF YOU ARE ON THE FLOP AND HAVE A KING DOWN ..THEN YOU CAN GO ALL IN
How can you deny an all-in with K-K?
There's only one better combination, and if the all-in happens preflop that means you cannot do anything else. (except bubble against biggers stack, it can be a fold)
If you're able to see the flop and the ace shows up, there are several actions you can do / (or the other 'll do) to see that the other one hit's the ace or yours are still better.
I recognized that there are several people who are afraid of bigger cards and simply cannot play with them.
I went through a long streak of losing with KK when I got all in preflop. The frustrating part was it was rarely losing to AA or AX hitting an ace. It was to straights, flushes or trips. When I say long, I mean years.
But I still play them aggressively and have seem to (knock on wood) come out of my poor run with them. Stick to putting yourself in situations where you have the best percentage to win and things should work out in your favor over the long run.
KK is a very strong starting hand, that is until it gets beat on the flop or river. Any hand has the potential of winning or losing preflop! It's the luck of the community cards that decide the outcome, the only thing that we have control over is how we play the hand. So, if you played the hand right and you lose because the community cards 'had it in for you', there's not much you can do about that regardless of what two cards you start off with.
I've got similar but not the same problem. Usually when i get KK and play agressive almost always get ace in the flop which makes me scary to play and almost always i loose with some hand like A2 or A6. It was a some time ago and always made me angry loosing my stake.
Truth is KK is not unlucky at all, maybe you are! To get KK is really lucky, it doesn't mean you will win the hand every time. In the long run, years to come, you will more times with KK than lose that's for sure. But in a single hand? You will never know, so play the best you can and forget lucky! Lucky you already had if you were dealt KK ^^