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Poker Aces – how to wager them

September 6th, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments
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Poker Aces references two aces being dealt pre-flop. It’s the best attainable before theflop hand inhold’em Poker. But despite this a large number of bettors end up on the wrong end when dealt this hand.

When you’re dealt a set of Aces, you just do not fold pre-flop. You are positioned with the best achievable hand at this part of the game. So how do you gamble with Poker Aces ? Do you actually go all-in? I’d say definitely no to that.

Bear in mind, you are attempting to produce as much profit from this strong position. You will want to maximize the opportunity. Going all-in will simply scare most individuals into folding before laying a bet.

If you are in the early position (1st or 2nd to place a bet), you’ll lay a single wager. Anyone with a decent hand will call, hopefully somebody might raise. If someone has made a raise don’t hop to re-raise or call, wait for a small bit – make them think you’re considering your options and then call.

Following the flop your course of action will be to eliminate anyone that might be able to build a straight or a flush. So I would begin to raise boldly, if you are fortunate you will trick 1 player into believing that you’re tricking.

If you are in the middle or late spot (near the last to wager) you will watch as everybody calls and then raise. Even with you holding a pair of aces, if possible try to avert a show-down. Protect your hand by forcing others to fold after the flop. If you don’t force out your competition you chance losing your hand.

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