- Jul 27, 2005
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I know TT is a strong hand, but I was surprised by how strong it has proved for me, according to my PT stats. OK, I only have stats for about 4,500 hands, but it's still interesting. AA's been my strongest hand - no surprise there - giving me a win 77% of times played. Next, though, comes TT, with 73%, beating KK at 68%, JJ at 64% and *trouncing* QQ at 42%. Does anyone else have a similar statistic, and/or explanation for this? It seems counterintuitive to have TT beat two higher pairs consistently. I know my sample is small, and this may be an unrepresentative blip which would disappear in the long run, but even so, the TT vs QQ result seems particularly odd. Maybe I have some curious quirk in the way I play my pairs, and especially QQ, but I'm b******d if I know what it is...