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As a newbie that plays with play money the thing I can't get my head around is not seeing the flop if you have a poor hand Obviously this is an extreme and rare example but there's no way of saying that just because statistically AA is the strongest hand that you won't be beaten by trash 4 times out of 5.
I just can't get my mind around writing off a hand before you even know what might be on the table. Hey Jay, It is all about the math. The reason why we don't play these hands like J4 offsuit is because statistically they do not flop well very often. A hand like this also has a lot of reverse implied odds. What I mean by that is you are more likely to get in bad spots where you share top pair with somebody else but they have the better kicker.
So what percentage of 'winning bad hands' do they actually play Ie hands that they fold even though they would have won if they had seen the flop. The showdown clips on youtube only show the all ins with full house vs quads because it's dramatic so I guess there's hours of play and hundreds of hands between each big pot.
Just playing a game now the guy next to me raised before the flop and called against someone turbed out had pocket aces. Flop was a 7 4 3 and the guy next to me had 2 pair.
The odds aren't in his favour in the long run but it's hard to see the big picture when stuff like this happens all the time. Good article and an interesting video. Although I'm not sure I would call that a 'huge cooler. Under-full-house is always a very hazardous hand, particularly at the lowest stakes where opponents can have absolutely anything. While you don't expect to run into a straight-flush very often, KQ and Q9 are both very likely hands for a bad or even not-too-bad opponent to have.