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@Rocknrolla I have a scenario for you, because I have no idea how to play this hand. I get this hand quite often. Can you reply full table 9 handed, 6 handed, and in tournaments. 

How do you play Ace off, in those senarios?

A 2 A 3 A 4 A 5 A 6 and even A 7 all off suit. 

Much Appreciated

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Ace Off with a low card is always a fold, almost regardless of position . 

Except on the button when all others have passed ....

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2 hours ago, Solario333 said:

Ace Off with a low card is always a fold, almost regardless of position . 

Except on the button when all others have passed ....

Especially the ace 6 ace 7 etc combinations which have no straight possibilities

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Is this a serious question if yes 

 

Do u want a game of poker £100 a game? 

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9 minutes ago, h0tsh0t87 said:

Is this a serious question if yes 

 

Do u want a game of poker £100 a game? 

Wow bet you never been hustled

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19 minutes ago, philinvicta said:

Wow bet you never been hustled

Nope I have done something Paul hasn't done won the tgc home game

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6 hours ago, Polo11 said:

@Rocknrolla I have a scenario for you, because I have no idea how to play this hand. I get this hand quite often. Can you reply full table 9 handed, 6 handed, and in tournaments. 

How do you play Ace off, in those senarios?

A 2 A 3 A 4 A 5 A 6 and even A 7 all off suit. 

Much Appreciated

It’s too much of a broad question really as it depends on so many variables. 

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I assume were talking pre flop here.....as Rolla said...Too many different scenarios but generally out of position on a 6-10 table safe play is a  Fold. Unless your seriously short stacked and looking for a hail mary play, then any ace is welcome.

But if it came round to you and you ended up in heads up situation against a short stack and you got the chips, you would call every time.

But A6 or A7 are worse than 5 or less, like the guys said as your limiting your outs.

Not quick answer, as it depends how your oppo are playing, stage of tournament, stack sizes, etc etc @Polo11

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Thanks, it was a stupid question, now that I think about it. I know any Ace is good heads up. Scimmed through a lot of Doug Polk's older streams today and got an answer. Thanks 

Any chance of a stream this week, Paul? 

 

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It all depends on the position, stack size, players, ... I would recommend ICMizer or similar programs for you where you can replay scenarios against different ranges and stuff like that to see what is the most profitable play. In poker there is almost always "it depends".

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