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    • DrDunne
      DrDunne
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      limp
    • Tomaloc
      Tomaloc
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      open shove
    • UPAY4DINNER
      UPAY4DINNER
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      Fold
    • tommygecko
      tommygecko
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      Fold and show
    • dannywratten
      dannywratten
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      call...then fold flop
    • piresromeu
      piresromeu
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      agreed with all of them hahahahaahah

      If First limp is not that great, but if so you probably going to be put to the test.

      Depends on limits, usually bellow 5€ buy-in if there was a raise and the are callers, i shove and prob. get called. Over 5€ players will smell it. Dont forget to fold it 1/5 times ;)
    • Lazza61
      Lazza61
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      Moved to Beginner's Questions :)
    • Paakjis
      Paakjis
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      raise > fold. You can't fold AA preflop, it's just mental, just raise if someone reraise, you simply fold. When the flops hits, look close look at the flop, and think to your self all possible way's how someone hand beats your AA, when done that, check, if someone raise - insta fold. If you hit set, still system remains the same, think to your self worst possible scenario, only this time imagine worst turn and river cards opened before they do.

      If someone have dealt AA in first hand at the tournament, just know, u r gonna be fcked.

      This system works only in jokerstars!


      Hope that nobody will take this tooo seriously and really fold all AA later on
    • PokerPPP
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      Originally posted by tommygecko
      Fold and show
      This obv :heart: :heart:
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    • dannywratten
      dannywratten
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      Originally posted by Paakjis
      raise > fold. You can't fold AA preflop, it's just mental, just raise if someone reraise, you simply fold. When the flops hits, look close look at the flop, and think to your self all possible way's how someone hand beats your AA, when done that, check, if someone raise - insta fold. If you hit set, still system remains the same, think to your self worst possible scenario, only this time imagine worst turn and river cards opened before they do.

      If someone have dealt AA in first hand at the tournament, just know, u r gonna be fcked.

      This system works only in jokerstars!


      Hope that nobody will take this tooo seriously and really fold all AA later on
      Nit ITT
    • Rihard4a
      Rihard4a
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      Raise to 99bb and then fold to re-raise.
    • VorpalF2F
      VorpalF2F
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      It looks like trolls' night out at PokerStrategy.com !

      But seriously -- if you're going to fold AA, you're going to fold everything else.
      If you're going to fold every hand you're dealt, you might as well play "Go Fish".

      If you're going to open shove AA on the first hand, then you might as well play Bingo.

      If you're playing tight aggressive, then be aggressive.
      How aggressive is up to you, but it is somewhere between the two.

      Best of luck,
      --VS
    • andreorvalho
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      It really depends on the tournament and the level of aggression you want to show.

      Also make use of your position.

      Pre-flop: If nobody raised, raise at least 3 BB. If there is a raise, under half of your stack call, otherwise move all in. If you dont move all in with AA, you wont do it with anything! in this case it doesn't matter if it's the first hand of the tournament, chances are you are about to double up and you can't miss that chance.

      Flop: If you have position, wait and check what's all the possible hands that can beat you, evaluate his raise compared to the pot. Once again, if there is a very few hands that can beat you and the raise is above half of your stack, move all in. if its a small bet and you want to still slow play AA. call only.
      If you dont have position. raise immediately. Most of them will fold. if somebody re-raises you and you not pot committed, maybe fold.

      After here you have to follow just the normal poker flow. Also follow your gut! There is no perfect way of play AA first hand on a tournament. most of the type you will raise pre-flop and everyone is gonna fold!

      good games everyone.
    • andiofwbafc
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      Freerolls are the worst, multiple all ins in the first hand & there I'm not folding AA, even though it doesn't play well multi way.

      Usually lose to something like 52o :rolleyes: :P
    • Brdjan
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      Originally posted by Lazza61
      Moved to Beginner's Questions :)
      ROFL
    • toljson
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      :(