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by Bart Hanson |  Published: Jul 10, 2013


June 2 – After flatting A-K preflop on ace-little-little boards play the hand like a set especially in low limit cash games If you are familiar with my training material on, you know that I am sometimes a proponent of just flat calling preflop with A-K in order to keep a lot of the weaker hands in the pot. Say, for example, an early position player raises with A-J and you three-bet him with A-K from the button. He folds his hand and we lose the value of getting him to commit money if we flop an ace. Sometimes we have to continue on on certain board textures however, even when we do not flop a pair. When we flat with A-K as a field caller and an ace flops, I believe, on somewhat disconnected boards, we should fast play the flop just like when we flop a set. ...

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