This is a discussion on all-in 22 and 33 within the online poker forums, in the Learning Poker section; which leads to a poker player even at low buy-ins such as 0.27 from the all-in pre-flop with 22 or 33 in the hand, with
which leads to a poker player even at low buy-ins such as 0.27 from the all-in pre-flop with 22 or 33 in the hand, with only 4 players left to make it to the prize he thought he was going to win with 22 and 33 on the hand without seeing what came on the flop and not waiting for the action of the other players because when I leave with 22 or 33 44 55 66 77 88 I don't usually go all-in, I just go all-in when I'm in the hand with JJ QQ KK AA and I still risk imagining with 22 the player has already lost to any pair that benefits at the table and another player has a great lack of experience to go all-in with low pairs.
But the reason for going all-in with low pairs is that we have the possibility to pull a pot, without seeing the flop, and even if someone calls, we still have a certain percentage of victory. The percentage depends on the opponent's hand, of course !!
If I have 10bb, I don't want to see a flop with 22 or 33, it's a direct push.
Sometimes the cards don't matter. If I'm in the right position at the right time against opponents that often fold when they are close to the bubble. Then the cards are irrelevant. Poker 101 play the player not the cards.
I can discuss politics, religion and play poker without getting emotional.