- Sep 5, 2015
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Hello. I am curious to see what you do when this happens to you, both pre-flop and flop. Anxious to see your answer. Thank you.
I think this is the best course of action although after the flop I usually mis something on the board or forget to pay attention to stack sizes or position, and in general just get married to the pair so in my caseI should probably just always make sure these hands are all in prePreflop-allin.
Postflop-depends on flop/stack/position.
No brainer preflop always all in with kk and qq unless your live which on the internet obviously your not so live reads dont matter. So always all in if you wanna be a winning player. Anyone who folds to a shove pre with those two are nits watch pros/ams do it on youtube. Post flop in the flop hits j high (unless the board hits all one suit and you aint got a flush draw) your all in no questions. Learn the game and youll see in time. Keep stacking and dont be easy.
Exactly, that is really depends on many factors that you listed, plus from the type of tournament (re-entry ,buy-ins, KO), deep stuck, bubble or ITM etc.It depends on stack sizes, positions, actions, number of players involved etc. If it happens on the flop, it also depends on the board texture. QQ is not exactly a monster on boards like AK5, AJJ or 987 all same suit.