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queens all in. - Wed Sep 17, 2014, 05:34 AM
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I am leaking money on cash tables by calling all in after raise re raise preflop. I keep loosing with qq should i just call a raise or reraise or should i be happy to see it go all in and eventually the odds will swing in my favour.
 
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Wed Sep 17, 2014, 10:39 AM
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It depends.

There are a lot of players who's preflop stack off range 100bb+ deep is exactly AA/KK. If I'm up against a LAG in a button v blind or blind v blind war, I'm happy to get QQ in the middle (because they will do so with a range against which QQ makes money). If I'm facing a raise from a tight player who's UTG, stacking off QQ preflop is lighting money on fire... in fact 3-betting becomes generally bad in such a situation and I will flat call most of the time.

If you are losing money all in pre with QQ routinely then you may be choosing some bad spots in some cases.


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Wed Sep 17, 2014, 02:07 PM
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