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/Mar/2011

KK vs AA

By: 13 Origin @ 10:32 (EST) / 942 / Comment ( 3 )
The last two games I have played have presented a new challenge when playing KK. Twice now I have played them just to have them busted by someone holding AA. This is okay, but I find it frustrating to watch this happen twice in two games.

I find it hard to lay down KK pre-flop. Any other pair, like QQ, JJ, 10/10, I would lay down when facing an all in re raise. KK on the other hand I have a hard time folding. What are the odds of someone having AA when I have KK. Lately it seems the odds are high that this can happen. I giuess I will have to learn to let KK go sometimes if facing a re-raise.

I should be able to do this easily due to the fact I never get re-raised by players unless they have a hand. I guess I have earned a little respect at the tables. Now I need to learn how to fold that KK hand when playing against others whom decide to re-raise my raise. Of course I probably should have never played Kk from DB. I seem to forget about AA being out there.

Oh well that is poker. The game I have learned to play and love from the players of PSO and the pros who help all in PSO learn this game. Good luck to all at the tables and watch out for that KK hand vs the AA hand. It stings. LOL Peace!!

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