How2Play a KKvsAA

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Posted on Aug 12th 2006  -  Subject: How2Play a KKvsAA
I would like to know if is any chance to win with KKvsAA???
Orochimaru
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Posted on Aug 12th 2006
Sure, there's 2 more Ks in the deck. Or if an A hits, there's 4 Ts, 4 Js and 4 Qs. Of course, all 3 would have to hit, in addition to the A. The odds are low of either of those happening, but they can happen. And when they do, don't rub it in. Especially if your opponent knows where you live.
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Posted on Aug 12th 2006
I would like to know if is any chance to win with KKvsAA??? A little worse than 1 in 5 :-) Obviously the excat odds will depend on the suits of the AA and KK. Moving to the thread title "How to play KK vs AA" well I'm afraid if you've got KK you have to assume that no-one has AA (mostly they won't have) and play it how you would normally. For me this involves a big enough raise into an unopened pot to get shot of any rag aces or a response to earlier action which can be anything from a flat call to an all-in depending on the circumstances. For a fancy looking, easy to use odds calculator, try here: How cool is this?
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Posted on Aug 12th 2006  -  Subject: Play every hand possible
In this game I've learned you can win win with any two hands. I try to see a flop cheap every hand if I can. Often if you fold 7 2 or 4 9 the flop will produce 7 2 7 or 4 8 9, etc. I find I have more success playing more hands and folding more often after the flop if I don't hit.
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Posted on Aug 12th 2006
There is really no way to "Play" KK to win!! If a pair flops, ofcorse go all-in and maby that AA will go away. The best wayb to slay those Aces is with a suited connector 45 or higher. Good Luck!!!!!!!
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Posted on May 30th 2007
kk is good aa even better ;o)
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77447 Nibs: 13,212
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Posted on May 31st 2007
Good luck with KK against AA! You nid one of the two K's in deck or get a lucky straight or flush to beat the AA! One day, I had 3 times the KK against the AA, that was quite stupid!!
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Posted on May 31st 2007
is really difficult fold KK i think ill never fold this hand pf.. but everything is possible, take a look at my sign.
AA vs KK, All-in Both.. Flop K 4 8 < K > < A >. Poker, 80% Lucky.
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Posted on May 31st 2007
I've beaten aces with kings at least once or twice. You're a big underdog but you're not drawing dead from the start.
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Posted on May 31st 2007
You can't expect someone to have AA when you have KK, but you still have around a 20% chance to win.
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