AA vs KK

    • RavForenzo
      Joined: 27.05.2008 Posts: 293
      Does this hand just not happen all too often online? I've heard many people whine about this kind of thing, but you can have no action for hours, then all of a sudden it seems AA is pit against KK and the rake just goes boom when all the chips fly in the middle! the chances of these two hands being dealt to 2 people in the same hand must be quite high, yet, it seems to happen all too often!

  • 14 replies
    • DrFunk
      Joined: 07.01.2008 Posts: 348
      I don't think so. Nothing unusual. This stuff happens.
    • opal99
      Joined: 05.02.2008 Posts: 8,270
      few days ago I was with QQ against KK and AA and guess what only high card came on flop? ;)

      A won with set against 2 unimproved overpairs :D

      these things happens and you heard about them because these situations are easy to remember for everyone...
    • cannell555
      Joined: 06.03.2008 Posts: 2,410
      you heard about them because these situations are easy to remember for everyone...

    • bordzter
      Joined: 03.08.2008 Posts: 143
      this is really happening not just in mansion but in other sites as well....

      i won with my JJ against KK and AA... flop was J72.... turn was 2 and river was 8....

      hehehehe.. despite the micro limit... i got a $30 for it... :D :D :D
    • Werkon
      Joined: 29.06.2008 Posts: 78
      Yeah well, I remember winning with AK vs AA :D . We were both all-in preflop and when I saw my win percentage - about 10% I didn't wanted to look at that table and diverted my attention elsewhere. But after a while I heard that sound when you grab a pot and I realized that on the flop there was one king and another one came on the river :D Well I guess that guy wasn't so happy :)
    • Termi8r
      Joined: 04.02.2008 Posts: 408
      The most interesting hand I had was AA vs KK vs QQ vs 74 zoooooted....

      Flop 77x and I went crashing out of the tourney with my AA all in preflop
    • Ketevan001
      Joined: 23.08.2008 Posts: 2
      I've won against short stack with 56s vs AA, the flop was 66J :)
    • racenutalways
      Joined: 03.07.2008 Posts: 179
      At a 10-person table, the probability is 4.41% or 23:1, the reason it seems to happen a lot is the fact that we play a lot of hands online, it's much quicker then BM casinos, so we see it happen often. In one session, in less then 20 minutes, I held KK and lost to AA twice, to same opponent. That week I lost 5 times that way. It seemed every time I held KK, and raised preflop, only 2 things would happen, no callers, or a re-raiser holding AA.

      In fact, for some unknown reason, in 5 weeks, I have lost 90% of what Ks have earned over the last 4 months. AA vs KK became a normal thing, I no longer re-raise with KK and go on the defense until I see that Ks are generating any profits. They recommend to cap the betting with As and Ks as they generate
      the most income. But, not all of us seem to have that magic touch, the black cloud that to followed me all my life has followed me into my poker career. LOL!!!!

      Why KK is losing so often, and losing large pots only started once I climbed a limit and got worse once I move up another limit. According to PT, Pocket 4s has generated 4 times more profit then KK?? That confuses the heck out of me.


      I've won against short stack with 56s vs AA, the flop was 66J
      Keep trying those lo cards, I play 2000 hands a day and these type of players generate the most profit as they miss the flop 66% of the time. In tournament play, makes sense, but why give away your money on a hope and prayer??? There will 1000s more hands to be played.

      Anyhow, thought I'd place my 2 cents.
    • TimoDee
      Joined: 19.08.2008 Posts: 153
      My most interesting recent hand was my AA against KK and QQ, and the flop being (wait for this :D ) : 23456 lol
    • alejandrosh
      Joined: 02.07.2008 Posts: 4,346
      i had one today, me having AA vs KK ... flop 245 rainbow , turn K , river K.

      oh boy, that was a good start X(
    • i1nt2b3
      Joined: 23.11.2008 Posts: 19
      AA vs KK vs KK
    • justkyle88
      Joined: 07.05.2008 Posts: 7,613
      People just need to accept the fact bad beats happen all the time.
      whether they come all at once or if they are spread out.
      It's called variance.
      It can and WILL happen to every single poker player.

      Would you complain if you got dealt KK vs AA, 100 hands in a row and you won 90 times out of 100 with your KK.
      Of course not.

      But just because you have won 90 times out of 100 you will loss in the long run eventually when you have KK and villain has AA.

      The computer doesn't choose who losses or wins.
      Online poker is 100% random unless someone is cheating somehow which is almost impossible if not impossible.

      There are 2 choices you can make.....

      Quit or Play better and make +EV decision.
    • justbor
      Joined: 28.12.2008 Posts: 26
      stuff like this happens :)

      2 days ago I had QQ, 3 other people had AK, flop comes AKQ. offcourse every1 allin and I won a bigggggg pot :)

      Hadn't calculated the chances, but my guess is they are pretty small :D

      Take care
    • GunFlavoured
      Joined: 19.10.2008 Posts: 626
      Yeah it does seem to happen a lot but obviously because most people play a shitload of hands. I find every time I have either AA or KK everyone folds preflop, even when I'm BB everyone folds even the SB :( Awesome, picked up 15c. It is always a good feeling cracking the rockets though...