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    Folded KK pre

    This was a private league game. Personally, I don't think the fold is that amazing but I've only folded K's twice in my life and the other time I was wrong. This is the hand No Limit Texas Hold'em Hand, 15.00/30.00, CCsoVITOo | BOOM! Hand Replayer

    He agreed to show during the hand and then misclicked. But he was a nice enough guy to boom the hand for me, so this is his version of the hand. No Limit Texas Hold'em Hand, 15.00/30.00, advoghado | BOOM! Hand Replayer You can see my hole cards in the chatbox.


    Feel free to yell at me for being results-oriented and an idiot for laying down KK. I know I probably would.

    /brag

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    dang... thats alot of respect... you have history with this guy? if not.. u gota create history! haha

    maybe im bad... but id never fold kk preflop against a player i have no info on. at least see a flop?

    bad players usually min raise like that with a wide range of shitty hands.. lol
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    oh didnt see the second link.. lol i guess great fold.. lol

    whats a private league game?
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    Very good fold. Have you played against this guy a lot? I would have had a hard time laying down KK especially preflop.

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    i agree with dk, i would call the last raise and see a flop, it was what, 330 more into a pot already over 1k, even if you put him on AA, still have implied odds, as if the 1 in 7 (think thats what odds are of flopping set with pp), you probably get him allin and have over 2k behind , so over 5k for only 330 more, idk, i can't fold KK pre ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dk12 View Post
    oh didnt see the second link.. lol i guess great fold.. lol

    whats a private league game?
    It's the CC league that runs on PS Home Games. There's a couple members here in it.


    Quote Originally Posted by AcesUp1439 View Post
    Very good fold. Have you played against this guy a lot? I would have had a hard time laying down KK especially preflop.

    Pretty much everyone in the league has played a lot against eachother. The read came more off the fact that everyone has a team to answer to, so no one gets too crazy early on.

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    how can you fold KK?

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    Quote Originally Posted by madjek View Post
    i agree with dk, i would call the last raise and see a flop, it was what, 330 more into a pot already over 1k, even if you put him on AA, still have implied odds, as if the 1 in 7 (think thats what odds are of flopping set with pp), you probably get him allin and have over 2k behind , so over 5k for only 330 more, idk, i can't fold KK pre ever.
    Very good point that should certainly be brought up. Just imo, when you've got your read don't give up any more than you have to. I was also oop and assuming I flat, there's a very large chance I'm gonna get a board that won't let me get away from it. I'm sure plenty of us have had those "goddamnit, I knew it!" moments.

    Quote Originally Posted by goshkoyy View Post
    how can you fold KK?
    The button farthest to the left
    Last edited by oVITOo; 03-19-2013 at 07:17 PM.

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    I would never fold KK unless I was sure someone had at least flush or fullhouse. I do usually fold AA pre though. They seem to lead to a false sense of safety.

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    For only 330 more in that situation? Never. You must have been able to see his cards or something. JustSayn.................................
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