Ace-king is a strong but tricky hand. It is the strongest of the drawing hands, but the flop needs to work with you to give you a pair of aces or kings for it to really pay off. When it's suited—meaning that the cards are of the same suit—it's slightly stronger than unsuited because you can then also make the nut flush much more easily.
You may raise to force out opponents holding an ace with a small kicker or opponents who like to play a king with a suited kicker, or you may limp in and hope that neither an ace nor king is in the flop so you can win extra bets from the above-mentioned opponents. How you play pocket queens depends on how well you know your opponents' playing styles and on your position. If a player holds them.
Pocket Kings, on the other hand, have a roughly 18% chance of winning. So, if you were to run this hand 1,000,000 times, the player with pocket Aces would win roughly 810,000 of the hands. In short - the player with pocket Kings has a roughly 1 in 5 chance of winning the hand. A couple of famous hands that involved pocket Aces vs pocket Kings:-.I think their range is essentially ace-king, ace-queen, maybe ace-jack suited, and then, essentially, pocket 10s, pocket nines, pocket jacks, pocket queens, maybe occasionally pocket eights. So I could have done an exact equity calculation on PokerStove. If I did, it probably would have been very, very close. But I decided to fold, and they.Winning Breakdown for AKs: High Card 0 One Pair 6,937,200 Two Pair 6,867,180 Three of a Kind 1,066,896 Straight 611,856.
The is the best possible hand you can get in standard five-card Poker is called a royal flush. This hand consists of an: ace, king, queen, jack and 10, all of the same suit. If you have a royal flush, you'll want to bet higher because this is a hard hand to beat.Read More
For example, if in the above situation you estimated your opponent to be reasonably tight you might easily assume he would raise with Jacks, Queens, Kings, Aces, Ace-King or Ace-Queen Suited. You can then use this estimate to work out your winning chances against the complete range of hands.Read More
For example, Ace-King vs. Queen-Jack. Usually the hand with the higher ranked card is the favorite, with a 59% to 63% chance of winning. You can apply the above odds to many similar situations. So doing will help you to calculate the odds with matches such as King-Queen vs. King-Jack (the dominated hand), King-Ten against pocket Queens and so on. Play the odds. Preflop odds; On the flop.Read More
Pocket Aces. Pocket Kings. Pocket Queens. Ace King Suited. Pocket Jacks. Ace King Offsuit. Ace Queen Suited. Pocket Tens. Ace Queen Offsuit. King Queen Suited. Those are the Texas Hold em Poker Hands Order from best to worst. Hope to see more at the top than the bottom! Now that you know the rankings, look to the right and see if you can.Read More
A look at some of the most commonly used and popular nicknames use for poker hands, such as pocket rockets for a pair of aces and big slick for and Ace and a King.Read More
Winning Breakdown for AKo: High Card 0 One Pair 21,561,984 Two Pair 21,082,896 Three of a Kind 3,235,104 Straight 1,969,776.Read More
If you ever wanted to know some of the odds and probabilities of Texas hold'em poker, from the chances of flopping a flush (0.8%) or set (12%) to the odds of an overcard coming on the flop when.Read More
I don’t like the answers you’ve received to date. They boil down to two: when you really don’t want to lose your stack, and when you’re pretty sure the other player has AA or KK. The first answer is bad for all forms of competitive play and gambli.Read More
Pocket queens against 7-4 is very good, because 7-4 off is not suited, not connected. And the best you can do preflop is actually king king versus king two off. If you have pocket kings against king deuce off, I think that's the highest equity you can possibly get in preflop is 94.6%. And pocket kings against king two suited is 89 points. So look how much better king two suited does than king.Read More
We’ve also added another suited three-gapper with K9s, as well as another offsuit “broadway” hand with AJo (“broadway” hands are any hands where both cards are an ace, king, queen, jack, or ten). With fewer players left to act after us, we can start to include more hands to our starting range.Read More