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Bad move??? - Thu Mar 17, 2011, 10:38 PM
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i was in a poker tournament last sunday. I was short chips stacked only had 7800 to everyones 50k+. i was in BB with Ac and Ks. a guy raised in late position. everyone folded to me. so pushed all in he had queens. should i have folded that with his raise in late position?
 
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Fri Mar 18, 2011, 06:03 AM
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http://www.pokerschoolonline.com/for...K-vs-Underpair

You might find this post helpful...esp. The Langolier's post about 3 or 4 down.

Good luck!
 
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Fri Apr 01, 2011, 09:41 AM
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Often in late position, one tends to be a little less tight than in early position, your AK was likely a good call.
To have that late position caller wake up with QQ was unfortunate, and that your AK didn't improve also unfortunate because it put you out. But I think you made the right move, considering your stack size relative to the field.
Likely too, they would expect you to have any two cards.

good luck in the future - may that AK hold up for you!
 
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Absolutely the Right Move - Fri Apr 01, 2011, 05:04 PM
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With the stack sizes of your opponents, you absolutely made the right move. One of the biggest mistakes you can make is letting a bad result alter how you think. You should concentrate on whether or not you made the right decision. I know this is tough, but bad beats and cold decks will happen. The only thing you control in poker is your decision-making process, make that as bullet-proof as possible and the wins WILL follow eventually.

Hope that helps.

Good luck!!
 

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