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It is definitely profitable to be calling with AKo and AKs against someone shoving 100% of their hands. Using the Poker stove calculator, AKo will win 65.20% of the time against an opponent's random holding, and will still win 62.12% of the time against an opponent who shoves only with the top 20% of hands dealt. Similarly AKs wins 67% of the time against ...


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If your laying down AK to a loose cannon that is raising all in all the time you are making a huge mistake. These calls you made all in were just fine. You will get the guy sooner or later. The 99 he had you were slightly behind but for the Qx you dominated. I will sometimes get out of games like this, usually because I am not able to get the guy and ...


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I think you played fine. Against a "sounder" player, I would have folded the 3 BB bet (he might have had KQ), but this one raised with a weaker hand than your KJ off. This raise did have the effect of inducing others to fold, perhaps one with e.g a KQ. When the flop hit you in two places, you were in "control" with your two pair. Your opponent would have ...


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You sound a bit paranoid. KJ with KQJ gives you a v.good 2 pair, normally you would be ecstatic, so why think any differently? What's to be scared of - KK unlikely, so either QQ or AX. If opp had either, he wouldn't have bet 50% pot, it would of been check or Pot, so by this stage you know you are ahead. You hit lucky with the 7, if you each had had more ...


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I don't see anything wrong with the way you played this hand, I think you did just fine. Your thinking is along the right lines - that flop is going to hit your opponents range a good part of the time. Fortunately for you, you have two pair, which is great! You check-raised on the flop and you got your opponent to call - that's a great move! Remember, the ...



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