Which hand do you prefer to play post flop?

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Gusborgs22

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77 vs 9Ts
TT vs AQs
QQ vs AKs
JTs vs A5s
KQs vs ATs

Post flop i prefer 9Ts, its easy to play, just look to draws, sometimes 2 pair. 77 its like a set or nothing (ofcourse you can get a straight draw or a low board, but its not easy)
AQs, there is a lot of chance to see a A , K, Q, J on the board and if you hit nothing you can easily fold
QQ and AK its pretty balanced post flop. But if it's an A/K high flop you can lose some chips
I prefer JTs. With A5s you are looking for a flush, only. A pair of A with A5s is pretty hard to call like some streets (full ring situation). With JTs you have a lot of straight/ flush draws and sometimes some pairs
KQs post flop for me

Pre flop i prefer 77, TT, QQ, JTs and ATs
JTs because almost everytime you are going all in pre its against an A, so with A5 you are going to be dominated several times
 
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Really doesn't matter to me. If you're going to represent the flop, does it matter what the hand is?
 
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Any hand if it matches nicely the flop.
 
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It depends on many factors, but mostly it will be easy to play post-flop with a suited and good connector hand. Some hands like 77, I think it is still very easy to play post-flop when you have a deep stack or good stack, if you don't hit set, you just give up and fold, some hands like 77 is just difficult when you have a short stack, mostly I will jam preflop or fold.
 
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I prefer TT vs AQ, with TT in most cases winning ...
 
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Suited connectors are always more fun to play than most other hands, but if we are talking straight profit, the hands I want are big pocket pairs.
 
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I prefer QQ vs AKs .QQ is more likely to win
 
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It really depends on the flop, but with no knowledge of the flop I would go for the pairs. And for ATs vs KQs I would definitely pick ATs.
 
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I will play all hand and I will pray for the flip
 
GARCIA PABLO DANIEL

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hello

JT-99-77-KQ ... those would be some hands I would play post-flop ...
 
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My preference on the flop is any one of those you showed plus all the others that have hit the flop with potentially the nuts.
 
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give me the QQ vs AKs out of the hands listed. It's a flip and i'll take my equity and run with it.
 
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several hands

I'm particularly a more realistic guy, I like hands that have the potential to make strong hands, like straights, flushes, sets and so on. Whenever I come out with cards of the same suit, or in sequence like 78, or the same cards (55) and I also play two high cards, I try to play in these hands, as they are hands with potential.
 
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I don't have a favorite post-flop hand!
After the flop is open, you are either in or out. The flop will tell you if your hand is good or dead.
 
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Doesn,t matter which hand it is, you just need to have the good hand and understand, that it can earn you some money or some chips in the tournament. I think it doesn,t matter at all, even if this will be a no pair or a draw hand and you can play it nice and if this will be enough to win the hand then this will be good.
 
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JTs vs A5s

I don't like pairs like A5s, A6s,A7s, maybe it's only my experience, but you loose usually because of weak kicker to the opponent with AJs, AQs
 
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I agree with 9T. In the case of hitting something on the flop, our triumph is already very likely and in any case, we have 2 more cards to be able to connect something.
 
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Pocket pairs to me is better post flop. Could be harder to piece together winning but its more of a surer thing.
 
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1. both equally

2. TT

3. QQ

4. JTs

5. ATs
 
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preflop you have the opportunity to open, any hand is valid
 
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I prefer qq vs ak.

With qq, you have only 2 cards to make your hand better. With ak, you've got 6, any one of which will beat qq.
 
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j10d. in deep stacks. like take all chips vs aa
 
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Hello. I do not mean to be wide open with this, but any hand that makes sense.
 
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I adore pocket pairs 66 as well as single-tone J10 of course AA with Kings, I'm all sad I always cross with them, I don't know why
 
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