Does AA every win?

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Posted on Mar 5th 2008  -  Subject: Does AA every win?
Can't remember the last time I had AA win. The last 3 i've have got beat by people calling my large raises with rubbish. they've been beaten by 83os 6 9 os and K5 os
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Posted on Mar 5th 2008
AA is not an unbeatable hand, However AA is the best starting hand you could hope for on the game. I dont really thinking moving in and keeping fingers crossed that a str8, flush or trips or 2 pair dont come out is the right thing to do. Just take your time play it slow if flop is KK2 and there betting and you think they are not bluffing fold, the reason this works better is for example if flop is KJ2 and one person has KA you take them for there stack.  Hope this has helped you out lizard.
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Posted on Mar 5th 2008
Well I'm please to say I have had AA twice since writing the last post and they both won woohoo. I know it's not unbeatable but it just amazes me what people call large raises with and still seem to hit 2 pair or 3 of a kind. exspecially when the call large bets to the river with bottom pair then hit.
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Posted on Mar 5th 2008  -  Subject: does AA win
certainly not. Whwn you raise an hit nothing you have a problem
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Posted on Mar 6th 2008
the most of people dont now how to play, always raise with nothing , and someones have luck, but they not get to far !!!!
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Posted on Mar 6th 2008
i dunno, i always seem to play it badly. very hard to fold that hand too
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Posted on Mar 9th 2008
Never forget AA its a pair ,running against other pairs can get you killed ,i relly dont know if odds are that rigth , because i allways seem to lose whith AA ,lets say 50 50 %
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Posted on Mar 10th 2008
to me it seems like AA is a hand that are to hard to lay down... noone seems to believe it will lose... and everyone says sorry when it gets beaten... i play AA Cautiously.... never go all in with it unless im forced to it preflop... i want to see a flop before i deside how to play them... flushdraws and str8draws are dangers... more than two pair... what i dont like is all these KK verses AA chite you see everywhere...!! that happens why to often than is approriate according to math...
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Posted on Mar 10th 2008
In last bad beat i lose some  hands with pokcet AA in row, but i now htat this is only dispersion, and  if i not forgot I win near last 10-12 hands with AA. But may be i played AA little morer agressively last time at preflop, made  bigger raises
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Posted on Mar 13th 2008
the best hand AA yes is truth but is very dangerouse because the most of the players cant fold that hand and 80% loose for str flush tow pair and others fish hands make money not friends
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Posted on Mar 13th 2008
Yes, this is real problem of many poker players - falling in love to his cards, especially to poket AA. But often we need to fold with  smart-looking cards, in some cases even with AA on flop too. For example, we have  two black AA, and see flop QJT harts. And if somedoby make raise, or re-raise on our raise ( just test raise, to understand where  we now), we just need to fold. I think all amateur players need learn to make folds like this, to imrove his skill in poker.
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Posted on Mar 15th 2008
he is right, i've lost two hands where i had AA, and beaten one opponent with Pocket Rockets AA by hand 22 with a 2 on the flop, if it wasn't for that card, i'd be out of the tournament. AA is a great starting hand, but don't be in a table of 10 all in, if you have AA, someone or two will have the other A, and your chances for trips are small, unless you're in a shorthanded table. I'd say check raise small, until after the turn, then bet big if you think you have a chance to win the pot. remember, pocket hands don't always gaurantee wins.
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Posted on Mar 15th 2008
Today AA won every time I saw it.
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Posted on Mar 16th 2008  -  Subject: AA
its not unbeatable, but it is a nice starting hand.you only have to know when to fold thats a bigproblem.
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Posted on Mar 16th 2008
won 13 out of 13 times with AA  so far  on betmost   in cashgames :D  am new to the site  so i prolly have my share of bad beats comming my way  had it run down a few times in tournamens though
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