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    Anybody got any JJ tips. What is the best JJ strategy!

    Let us know your JJ strategy, see if we cant come to any consensus.

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    And any variations for tourney or cash came play, and when in the tourney if tourney?

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    It varies given the situation. Post a hand and we can help you.

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    Play any hand as u would... Preflop... Then once the flop comes... Youll see what your next move it...

    Holdem is all about post flop play.. Usually....
    "Success is a science; if you have the conditions, you will get the results" -Oscar Wilde

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    Fishhooks. What a fickle hand! I usually just try to get to a flop within reason with them and go from there. If I see anyone making large moves after a flop with overs showing, I usually give them up pretty easily!

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    Yeah I just pretty much set mine with em

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    well it all depends on how many in the hand, how high the stakes are, and how many chips you got. Put all those in perspective and if your a good poker player. You will know what to do. Fold, Raise, All In???? Its one of those

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    If I'm in position, I'll play them strong preflop - at least 4xbb. If you get a caller, then you can figure if the flop has an A or K, you're dead
    I'm not slurring my words. I'm talking in cursive. I believe the ladies find it to be quite elegant.

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    had em earlier, guy with A9 all in hits his Ace.

    cry out loud

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    EddieTorr
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    Might be the trickiest hand of all. As others have said, position and situation are key. I will push with them on the button or close, but usually prefer to play small ball.

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