BSS starting hands chart

    • MrDobalina
      MrDobalina
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      Joined: 23.03.2010 Posts: 2
      On the starting hands chart there is a section for AQ, AJ, and AT, and how you should play them. This makes perfect sense to me. Now there is also a section for suited face cards which says you should call if "players called" before you from mid to late position. Why is AQs, AJs, and ATs not in this list? I understand that they might not be good enough for a raise from mid position, but if QT is good enough for a call in mid position, so is AQs, AJs, and ATs, no?
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    • Mergy
      Mergy
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      Joined: 23.02.2010 Posts: 24
      My understanding of the list is AQ AJ AT are played the same way suited or not.Hope that helps.

      Gl on the felt
    • GunFlavoured
      GunFlavoured
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      Joined: 19.10.2008 Posts: 626
      I would play them the same as suited face cards after multiple limpers. Depending on the table I would raise after one or two limpers. Depends on the table and your confidence post flop.
    • MrDobalina
      MrDobalina
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      Joined: 23.03.2010 Posts: 2
      Originally posted by GunFlavoured
      I would play them the same as suited face cards after multiple limpers. Depending on the table I would raise after one or two limpers. Depends on the table and your confidence post flop.
      I figured I would get a "it depends" answer ;) But that makes a lot of sense. Thanks for the response.