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    Worst hand to play out of position

    As title says, which hand do you hate to play the most when you are out of position in NL ?

    Lets say you open with raise in middle position and get called by cut off and button.
    Having AK and not spiking A or K on flop vs 2 players I sometimes feel reluctant to C-bet that flop, if it is only 1 player I will always make a continuation bet.

    Same can be said about small pocket pair like snowmen and 2 overs are on board.

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    PokerOwned Demi-God rghy2's Avatar
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    I hate playing those suited face cards out of position. AK is fine, but anything lower like KJ I just don't like playing, but feel I should.

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    Well 72 offsuit would be the worst. K,10 or KJ is a nasty hand to play out of position.

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    This is true not so good cards j?ccani: And that is: S

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    I fit into the scope of what He gave NZbro hands. I have added the low poket

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    jack ten 4 sure. but this doesnt matter becuz lagtards raise atc these days
    RANGER (B2B HU LOYALTY GAME CHAMP! DO YOU REMEMBER THOSE NOOB? NO, NO YOU DON'T!)

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    kJ for sure. To many blockers, makes it hard to cbet.

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    I hate playing 10 10 out of position. Really tough when face cards hit on the flop.

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    Pocket Jacks can be tough. They're often tricky to play.

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    I think I dislike playing low pocket pairs OOP the most, mainly because if the price is right, it's just so tempting to throw money in to hit a set. If there's 2-3 overcards, you're basically fucked lol.

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