Problemas jugar pares de bolsillo

Pares de bolsillo pueden dar los beneficios más altos en No Limit Holdem. Estadísticamente está por delante de prácticamente cada mano en el juego antes del flop. Unfortunately however, playing pocket pairs is one of the hardest things to master in poker. And one of the most popular hands that lands players in big trouble.

El siguiente artículo cubre algunos problemas al jugar pares de bolsillo; y cómo evitar entrar en situaciones desagradables que implican grandes sumas de dinero.

¿Por qué está jugando pares de bolsillo peligroso?

Como ya he mencionado, pares de bolsillo son muy buenas manos preflop; sin embargo en el momento en el flop sale abajo la mayoría de los jugadores entre en pánico o hacer el mal se mueve.

Su objetivo al jugar parejas de mano pequeñas, ya sea en partidas, torneos (Estrategia MTT) o SNG, is to catch a set on the flop. Catching a set on the flop pays off extremely well because it’s a monster hand none of your opponents will be able to read. You can lay out traps on the board hoping your opponent’s hit top pair or is on a draw. En realidad, golpear un set en el flop con pares de bolsillo proporciona valor tan alto que muchos jugadores defienden llamando a 6xBB con bolsillos pequeños.

El problema aquí es que sólo tienes una 12% chance of hitting that set. Como tal, many new/inexperienced players find themselves exposed in pots. They don’t know whether they still have the best hand, o son golpeados por cualquiera de las cartas. My advice to avoid this situation is to always lead out on the flop; sin embargo las llamadas recibes o resube entonces te deben insta-fold.

The same problem can be said for high pockets like JJ or QQ with overcards on the flop. Many players will call to the river hoping to make their set. Looking at the maths though, sólo tiene dos salidas para esta situación, que le da a un 8% chance of hitting a set by showdown. You can see here that being able to read your opponent is crucial to avoiding problems with pockets.

Mayor problema con parejas de mano – un tablero de dibujo

This is the most dangerous situation for pocket pairs in my opinion. It presents a massive problem because even if you lead out on the flop after raising preflop; there are so many draws available that players with a wide range of hands could call for value. This means you’ll be in a situation getting called by players and you still don’t know if you’re ahead or behind. Your options are either to keep betting out assuming they’re on a draw (apuesta normal tamaño del bote - en cuyo caso terminará arriesgando más su pila); o simplemente puede consultar la junta con la esperanza de atrapar un conjunto, que también dan a sus opositores una tarjeta gratuita además de darle horribles odds implícitas inversas saber incluso si coges el juego usted puede ser golpeado por una escalera o al ras.

Por ejemplo: You hold KsKh and raise 4xBB with two callers. Flop brings AsKdQs. If you lead out and get called, eres contra cualquier rango de manos con una buena relación para llamar. Cualquier dos espadas, cualquier J, cualquier A o incluso AK, AQ o QK.

What I recommend in this situation is an overbet. You likely hold the best hand on the flop, and any straight is very likely to re-raise you in order to prevent players on a flushdraw. If you get called again and no danger card comes up, go all in. This will give you great value if you get called. If you only min raise or pot bet, te encontrará en una rutina peligrosa, especialmente en un 3 way pot. You’ll have outs, pero no es suficiente querer arriesgar su stack de abordo peligroso.

1 comentario on “Problems Playing Pocket Pairs

  1. ShadowElf Respuesta

    Playing small pockets also includes being able to put your opponent on a hand. I don’t mind seeing a cheap flop with 6-6 and know I can get away from it, with several opponents if I don’t connect with the flop, but against a single opponent that raised 3x mid. and you call from the BB with 6-6, your probably ahead with a flop like 8-5-2, but he will most likely call with a good A. I will still small ball, but a reraise might tell you he has better pockets, or just doesn’t want to get pushed holding A-K. It’s best to have a read on the style of your opponent and betting habits. Pero, by keeping it small you can usually call a min reraise, and see the next card. With small pairs knowing how to proceed and when to get away is crucial. Unless you know an opponent will check behind you on the turn and see another card, if say a J comes out, and he misses, betting gives info. checking leaves you in the dark and gives him a chance to steal it. Also if he is reading you, c-betting the J after just calling pre-flop, he knows that is in your range of the pre flop call. If he’s holding A-K, A-Q, or any pair below J-J, he’s not felling good about his hand right now and may just give it up.

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