When i has aa in 85% of hands i lose or i fold the hand...you are the king of the table with aa?
AA is a big favorite pre flop.Winning post flop depends on the flop, turn & river cards & how they are played.
There are very specific situations where it is correct to fold poc A's pre flop, but absent those situations you are costing yourself money by throwing away the very large advantage you have when the dealer hands you pocket A's.
Making money is much better than having a good story for the bad beats section. Love em, play em, profit.
By the way, welcome to the forum & good luck.
I don't seem to have accomplished much with my life so far-----------, but I'm sure making good time.
If we have the AA, the party more likely bring lower cards, as the third & fourth Ace not will appear often. So we really have to be able to select the right bet size to them, but at the same time make some value from it.
With AA most of the time I play very aggressively because I'd rather not be paid by more than one than lose on my hand with a passive game and hit others in the end ... yes, in most cases for me it is a winning hand.
So it happens that rockets are not always ahead.This hand should be treated calmly because it both wins in 85 percent and loses in them.Think about how best to play this hand to get the most out of the pot.and when everyone goes ollin here it's a matter of chance as to who will be lucky.
Hello. at pokerstars it is safer to lose than to win with AA. and not once in the day. I have lost in 4 or 5 tournaments on the same day. and almost always against hands much weaker than mine. type 64 off. or 96 of.
I like those guys, who get AA once in a while, win 4 of 5 times, because either all folded or managed to go all-in pre and holded and next hand after it people forget it, but when AA getting cracked, they always come and cry about it
If players are not looking to run that hand for a percentage of win rate, then they are not serious about learning or winning. Don't even know why a post like this gets created.
How about posting some hands and look for some advice? How did you come up with 85%? Can't imagine being that unsuccessful with that hand. Mind me asking, which two hole cards are the biggest winner for you?
"Luck comes and goes but knowledge stays forever."
Just yesterday I lost a decisive hand to get into the payout pool with AA. I played all-in and the guy with high bankroll called me and won because he got a straight and I stayed with AA. If I folded AA, I would get into the payout pool.