failsafe   United States. Dec 20 2019 23:04. Posts 1032
I am an old 50NL player! I used to be pretty profitable at NL50, but never tried higher stakes because I didn't feel I was rolled for them.
I played this hand at NL 1/3 recently.
I had about 150 BB ($450) and got AA in late position.
I raised AA to $20 and got 2 calls.
Then flop came AK10 rainbow. I raised up to $60 or so and got shoved on by early position player.
I shoved behind! Both players were pretty nitty old dudes so I knew I might be beat, but I wasn't folding to JQ.
I got called by JQ and KK (so I am ahead of KK and behind JQ).
Do you guys ever fold AA here?
edit: I think I would never have folded this spot online. But some of the players were commenting about KK vs AA that it was harder for us to make a boat because we had each other's outs (i.e. if a K came then I lost to KK).
so you can show me some cards
Last edit: 20/12/2019 23:05
Santafairy   Korea (South). Dec 21 2019 05:06. Posts 1977
yes if two people have a set the lower one can make quads and win
It seems to be not very profitable in the long run to play those kind of hands. - Gus Hansen
YoMeR   United States. Dec 30 2019 06:45. Posts 12432
would need to be quite a bit deeper for me to consider folding AA here given how much in pot already as well
failsafe   United States. Dec 31 2019 00:56. Posts 1032
dunno what i was thinking it's been forever since i played
i lost so many sets this particular trip that i started wanting to fold them but that's just being ridiculously nitty