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Poker Combinatorics (Hand Combinations)
Ace-King Preflop Play The big slick is a starting hand where you go in raising preflop. Multiply the numbers of available cards for each of the two cards. In this case, continue to bet on the turn and river to extract the most money out of him. Of course, they may be holding QQ but its still wiser to fold. If your opponent fold, you win right there. Therefore, this includes the suited and non-suited combinations. If your opponent is a tight player, there is a possibility he has hit a big hand and is slow playing you.
How to Play Ace-King in No-Limit Texas Hold'em
See all 6 JJ pocket pair hand combinations: As mentioned above, there are 16 combinations of any two non-paired cards. Therefore, this includes the suited and non-suited combinations. Here are 2 extra stats that give you the total combinations of any two suited and any two unsuited cards specifically.
If you then take these 4 suited hands away from the total of 16 "any two" hand combinations which include both the suited and unsuited hands , you are left with the 12 unsuited hand combinations. Working out hand combinations using "known" cards. How many possible combinations of AK and TT are out there that our opponent could hold? Multiply the numbers of available cards for each of the two cards.
There are 4 Aces and 2 Kings 4 minus the 1 on the flop and minus the 1 in our hand available in the deck. How to work out the total number of hand combinations for an paired hand like AA, JJ, or Multiply the number of available cards by the number of available cards minus 1, then divide by two.
How many combinations of TT are there on a KT4 flop? Thoughts on working out hand combinations. Working out the number of possible combinations of unpaired hands is easy enough; just multiply the two numbers of available cards.
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It is a difficult hand to play and for many players, AK is often a big money loser in the long run. In fact, for this reason, some players don't play Ace-King at all. Ace-King Preflop Play The big slick is a starting hand where you go in raising preflop.
The best hand that the AK can make after the flop is usually top pair top kicker. Hence, you don't want a bunch of opponents going into the flop as it increases the chance that someone might get lucky, flopping two pair or better.
Raising here will make it expensive for mediocre hands to see the flop. If the pot has been raised, reraise the pot by the size of the pot. Again, make a pot-sized reraise if the pot has been raised. Late Position With only the blinds and possibly the button behind you, your opening raise can be reduced to about 3 BB.
Again, make a pot-sized reraise if the pot has already been raised. Handling a Preflop Re-reraise If you get re-reraised preflop, it is often advisable fold since anyone re-reraising here should most likely be holding AA or KK. Of course, they may be holding QQ but its still wiser to fold. The reason is because firstly, most of the time you will be wrong and the re-reraiser is indeed holding AA or KK. Worse still, you lose even more if you hit the ace or the king on the flop.
Finally, even if you hit the ace or king, you will not get paid off since your opponent will usually fold his QQ when overcards hit the flop because you have raised preflop and likely to hold the ace or king. However, if you strongly believe you are playing against an idiot or someone on full tilt, by all means go ahead and call that preflop re-reraise.
Spread Limit[ change change source ] In Spread Limit games, there is both a minimum and a maximum raise specified. No Limit[ change change source ] In No Limit, there is not a limit of how much can be bet at any time. That is, it is just like Spread Limit, but with no maximum. A player can bet up to all money as he has.
If a player bets all of his money, he is said to be "All In". If a player bets more money than another player has, the second player can call by going All In. If only those two players stay in the hand all other players fold , the first player takes back any money that is over the amount the player going All In has.
At this point, all betting stops and the dealer deals out the rest of the cards. If a player goes All In and two or more players are still betting, the other betters can raise each other until they both call or one of them also goes All In. A "side pot" is made in this case. It is the difference between the final bet and the first person's All In.
Only the two players were not All In can win this pot. If the All In player wins the hand, he wins the main pot his money plus an equal amount from each other player and which ever of the other two players had the better hand wins the side pot. In an eight player game, it is possible to have several side pots with several people being All In at the same time. If there are not two player left who can bet, betting stops and all players turn their hands over.
He goes All In. If player B wins, he wins the main pot and the side pot goes to which ever player has the best hand between players A and C. Tournaments[ change change source ] Tournaments are what people often see when poker is shown on television. When a player enters a tournament, he pays an entry fee called the "buy-in.