You're losing value if you're always getting it in pre flop. Depends on the situation and players I'd say. If I knew villains were calling stations or maniacs likely to call, I would freely jam. If I was sitting quietly and playing tight the whole time, shoving aces is a pretty big giveaway that it's aces.
Nothing fancy. Just raise. I'm going to make it 3x + 1x for each limper in the pot in front of me. If it's raised in front of me, then I'm going to reraise to triple that raise. If someone reraises me, then I'm coming back over the top and tripling it. And so on until I'm confident that my all-in is going to be called or there is enough chips in the pot that I will be satisfied just taking the pot down at that point. If it's not reraised and ends up going to the flop, then I'm going to continue on with my nothing fancy approach. Bet, bet, bet. Raise, raise, raise. I'm not going to give my opponent any free cards to get lucky on me with. I might slow down if I'm facing a dangerous board. Otherwise, I'm happy to bet and raise until we've got e all-in.
A-To the game wanting to earn a lot of money, although sometimes I must discard my favorite pair, and that hurts in my soul.
In preflop I try to make the boat as big as possible. And post flop my game with aces will owe a lot of the texture of the board.
i play it preflop like i would play most hands from the position im in. if there are a lot of calls in front of me i want to raise enough to isolate it to a heads up battle. if there is a raise i 3 or 4 bet again enough to isolate or even just take it down preflop. after the flop im going to c bet like i would most any other hand. depending on the flop i could play it a 1000 different ways. if its late in a tournament i would play it differently if i were close to the bubble and depending on the stacks everyone has. point is you should play it close to the way you play other hands for the position you are in.
i play badly with AA. I make big raise and players see this. Player must different play. His is game dont must be read.. Player must sometime make limp and also reis. I may kick aces for money of tournament. Many players may have low chips.
I take a diff approach but conditions need to be right. If at a table with a bunch of raisers and I’m early position I’ll just call. Someone will raise and a few callers then I’ll repop it when it gets to me. Most can tell I have kk or aa and they’ll all fold or if you have some idiots maybe get a call and win most of the time. Like many ppl I hate playing aa after the flop bc it’s so vulnerable. Best to get it in and win either pre flop or on the flop. If I’m in late position and ppl just limp I’ll raise but just the normal amount I’d usually raise. Don’t need ppl knowing I have an ultra premium hand!
AA is one of the most difficult card combinations to play. We should have the ultimate strength to fold this hand if the board is compromising. I play with caution with this hand, looking for a three of a kind, if you do not hit the board we should read the board so we do not compromise our stacks. Remember that AA is not invincible, I have already lost a lot of money with these two letters, I have already frustrated myself a lot, nowadays I prefer to play meekly.
More of course there will be stages of the tournament where you have to risk and double your stacks, however in poker we should not make hasty decisions at the beginning of a tournament or when we have big stacks. Remember that your purpose in a tournament is to accumulate stacks and reach the final table, if you guarantee enough stacks to reach the final, do not compromise in vain.
We should look at several different aspects before playing a poker hand.
What stage of the tournament are you in?
What is your position on the table?
What is your opponent's position at the table?
Who are you playing against?
How much your opponent's stack?
How much is your stack?
These are some questions you should ask yourself before playing with AA.
actually AA is the most easiest combinations to play from the combinations you want to make a profit. What's so hard there? Preflop you raise, and postflop you try to maximize your winnings by playing proper line. Everything is about reading the boards and villains. So it's all about understanding postflop. If you think AA is hard to play because you lost a lot with aces then it means that AA is not a problem but yours postflop abilities.