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Old Aug 18, 2011, 3:15am   #23
darryl
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I've been busy lately and haven't had a chance to chime in.

Essentially preflop if I'm playing the hand I'm all in, otherwise I'm folding.

So I decided to just jam. and I was right, everyone else jammed. One guy had aces, another had JTQ7 another had random, forgot about the last. I somehow flopped bottom two and they held. There were probably more outs for the other players than non-outs.

What I really want to know is in this situation except with everyone super deep and you know it's going to be everyone all in pre, how many BB's do you get it in with? Are you going broke, or waiting for a better opportunity with a bigger edge?
I guess I just prefer to get it in on the flop after hitting. But playing against these villains (which I do fairly often) they like to gambol and get it in pre, and I feel like such a nit when I fold pre with a premium hand like that.

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