Well I guess the obvious answer has got to be aces. But it depends a lot on pre flop play and making the most out of a situation where you have overwhelming pre flop odds which can drastically change post flop. It is the easiest hand to play pre f.
Whether focusing on Betfair Freerolls or not, no hand stands up well against pocket aces but jack-ten suited comes off better in an AA vs J10 situation than queens, kings or ace-king does. Whilst aces will beat kings at least 81.95% of the time, they will only win 78.84% of the time against suited jack-ten. This is because suited jack-ten has the advantage of being able to make straights and.
An Ace-King shows its strength when matched against any hand containing an Ace or a King, with the exception of paired Aces or Kings (obviously). A-K dominates hands such as Ace-Queen and should therefore win most of the time. The same applies to hands such as Ace-Jack, King-Queen, King-Jack, etc. These are all good starting hand, but they will rarely beat an Ace-King in the hole.
Ace-High. A poker hand, in with the highest card is an Ace without making a pair or other stronger combination. For example, if you hold A8 and the board comes K J T 5 3, you have an Ace-high hand (A K J T 8), because there is no other possible combination. Action. Poker term used to describe your move at the poker table. Everything you do when.
If you ever wanted to know some of the odds and probabilities of Texas hold'em poker, from the chances of flopping a flush (0.8%) or set (12%) to the odds of an overcard coming on the flop when.
The odds of pocket Aces winning against pocket Kings are 4.5: 1. The aces win roughly 82% of the time. If you are holding Kings on a full ring table (9 players), the odds of one of your opponents holding Aces are 1:25 (or roughly 4%).
For example, you can give yourself pocket Aces, opponent 1 pocket Kings, and opponent 2 pocket Queens. The poker odds software will then calculate how often each hand wins. One of the best uses of a poker odds calculator is to review key plays from your last playing session and determine if you made the right decision. Simulate an instant.
Before any action, if you hold ace-king and an opponent has a pair of aces, kings, or queens, it’s exactly 50 percent that the opposing hand is queens. That’s because there are six combinations of each pair in the beginning. But after you’re dealt an ace and a king, there are only three combinations remaining for each of those ranks. — MC.