The biggest flush can be formed on a loose table, so this is a good pocket poker hand, especially A7s and the cards below it, will win a lot of chips when forming the biggest flush, because of the Ace. , It is also a good card for trickery.
The size of the card that matches the A is also important. A9s is much better than A2s. When a lot of people get such a hand, A9s usually win, and A2s is almost impossible to win. Sometimes a player who plays poorly will follow the card under any circumstances, but after showing the card, he only has A6 in his hand. In this case, the size of the card that matches the A determines whether you win or lose.
Some players mistakenly believe that A2s-A5s are better than A9s-A6s because they can make a straight but forget that they will encounter a bigger straight. There is not much difference between A5s and A6s in forming a straight.
If the table is loose, you can call when no one raises. When the table is playing fiercely, only follow when you get A8s and A9s and are in the front position. If someone frequently raises each other, fold. You can follow up when you are in the lower middle position and no one raises. If the position is back and the player gets A8s and A9s when the player’s hand is loose, consider raising, there are few players, and you are still the lowest level and expensive behavior for others to raise.
This is a weak-handy hand. If you don’t lose (but usually lose), a pair of kings will win a lot of chips. Of course it is not as strong as a pair of Aces. This type of card is only suitable for playing if the player’s hand is loose. Similarly, the size of the cards with K is also very important. K9s cards are not bad, but K2s is far behind.
When the player’s hand looses your position, you can only follow up when you get K9s (the smallest card will fold directly). When you are in the button position and there are two or three loose follow-ups, you can call; you should never call after someone raises.
These trick cards without big hands can make flushes and straights. These cards are best played on loose tables. Especially when your hand is (87s-54s, T8s-64s, J8s-96s, Q8s, J7s), the negative play of others after the flop is very important to you. After the flop, you usually make a draw: a flush, a straight or two pairs. At this time, players who play aggressively will place bets and raise to drive you away; facing players who play negatively, you will watch cards for free or spend a few chips.
When you are in the front position, you have to fold unless the table is very loose. If you have a strong grasp of the rules of the Texas game, you will only call when you get T9s and J9s. If you are in the middle and When the pot will increase a lot, you can follow up when you get a mid-up card. In the button position, such cards can be played. You have to fold when someone raises and few people are calling.
Such cards are very weak and not worth calling. Unless you are in the big blind, you will fold. Playing such cards is an easy mistake for players to make. You should try to avoid them.