πŸ– Big Slick - Upswing Poker

Most Liked Casino Bonuses in the last 7 days πŸ”₯

Filter:
Sort:
B6655644
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
60 xB
Max cash out:
$ 200

β€œBIG SLICK is an action-filled tale involving hot girls, hot cars, very dangerous people, serious desperation, and some serioulsy bad choices. I'm betting that BIG SLICK is going to be both extremely popular and a great new title for reluctant readers.” β€”Richie’s Picks


Enjoy!
Big Slick | Poker Terms | PokerNews
Valid for casinos
Big Slick Poker Hand: 7 Tips for Winning BIG
Visits
Dislikes
Comments

JK644W564
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
30 xB
Max cash out:
$ 1000

In Texas Hold 'Em, having Ace-King as your hole cards.


Enjoy!
Big Slick Poker Hand: 7 Tips for Winning BIG
Valid for casinos
Big Slick | Poker Terms | PokerNews
Visits
Dislikes
Comments

G66YY644
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
60 xB
Max cash out:
$ 500

Big slick is the hand that I see most people getting busted out of tournaments with. Why? Because they either play it too aggressive, in which case they either win only the blinds or they get called by a pair and lose, or they play it passive trying to trap and get nailed by a limper who happened to hit a set on the flop.


Enjoy!
Big Slick | Poker Terms | PokerNews
Valid for casinos
Big Slick | Poker Terms | PokerNews
Visits
Dislikes
Comments
Million Dollar Cash Game - Full Highlights β™  Live at the Bike!

BN55TO644
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
60 xB
Max cash out:
$ 200

The game is just one of a series of events that takes place over the course of the annual Big Slick Celebrity Weekend in Kansas City, Mo. Each year, hometown hosts Rudd, Jason Sudeikis, Rob Riggle.


Enjoy!
5NL Big Slick in trouble? - Micro Stakes Pot Limit and No Limit - Micro Stakes Poker Forum
Valid for casinos
Big Slick Poker Hand: 7 Tips for Winning BIG
Visits
Dislikes
Comments

A67444455
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
30 xB
Max cash out:
$ 1000

Re: 5NL Big Slick in trouble? Yeah, most opponents don't even care if you're bluffing at the correct freq so it's largely academic. In other words they will bluffcatch without incentive again and again, then they'll claim to be cut from a different cloth than a compulsive gambler.


Enjoy!
BiG SLiCK Club - poker club Purley | Poker Tournaments and cash games
Valid for casinos
BiG SLiCK Club - poker club Purley | Poker Tournaments and cash games
Visits
Dislikes
Comments
Their address is 727 S Main St, Las Vegas, NV 89101 and their phone number is 702 382-9903.
We also have this title available in several special directly from Two Plus Two Publishing.
For more info or to ask questions check out this thread in the books and publications forum:.
Against that stack size I think yes.
Not sure if i'd be able to lay this down vs fish though but i think it is the right play.
Against a fish maybe a call is okay sometimes but think fold is better in general.
Would help if you saw any of his showdowns see if he overplays top pair etc.
Hero's line looks strong which disincentivizes villain to start bluffing or play top pair this way.
If your perceived range looks strong then villain's shove looks really really strong.
Would expect him to have a tonne of 2pair+ combos here.
Against whales you can call all day long but if you have no info this is perfectly fine to fold all things considered.
I think those in the fold camp are correct.
New rule: Never call 1 pair hands vs turn raises in SRP yeah you're right - i keep overcalling in these spots.
New rule: Never call 1 pair hands vs turn raises in SRP nah not never, listen to your gut when it feels right but this guy here overcalls bb and he has a lot of 2p and some sets and straights and stuff there aren't many cool combo draws out there either and even if he has some, those do don't do bad enough equity wise to offset the rest of his 2p+ Holding the Kh would be a deal-breaker for any self-respecting blocker enthusiast.
Well, if anything it protects us from being free-rolled.
So you're only calling this with 2pair+ and AhXh?
Without reads pretty much Ahxh has continue reading much equity to fold I imagine so probably not folding that.
Villain probably not bluffing enough so not worried about suddenly folding top of range.
Probably, one pair multiway never good vs raises really.
Not sure if i'd be able to lay this down vs fish though but i think it is the right play.
You got it backwards.
Good players who strive to be balanced eg OP obsessively asking "what am I bluffing here?
Non maniac fish and nitregs don't deserve to get paid off, haven't done the combo-work to deserve action.
Tbh this guy was shaping up to be active so it's closer than normal, so I'd just let the reverse-blocker tiebreak and keep big slick cash games moving.
You got it backwards.
Bluffing at a high enough frequency is hard work and often counter-intuitive.
Good players who strive to be balanced eg OP obsessively asking "what am I bluffing here?
Non maniac fish and nitregs don't deserve to get paid off, haven't done the combo-work to deserve action.
Tbh this guy was shaping up to be active so it's closer than normal, so I'd just let the reverse-blocker tiebreak and keep it moving.
This is a really important point.
Yeah, most opponents don't even care if you're bluffing at the correct freq so it's largely academic.
In other words they will bluffcatch without incentive again and again, then they'll claim to be cut from a different cloth than a compulsive gambler.
To expound on that point, it is especially true in a pool where people don't fold enough, ergo, we should be focusing more on value, thin value and exploitative folds as opposed to finding enough bluffs.
I have found the most profitable bluff spots to be pretty consistent and tend to come about from consistent imbalances in the pool.
In other words they tend to repeat and tend to produce similar results.
Although big slick cash games are consistent it does not mean they necessarily come up super often so focusing on value and exploitative folds is a pretty solid framework at 5nl.
I'm not sure it's super close.
I think because of results this is being over thought, but you're going to see lots of worse Ax, and for the price you're getting I think if you added up the combos here of worse hands vs 2pair+ it shouldn't be very close for the price you're getting.
Although the stats are made from a small sample size, calling a min raise with the SB also entering the pot, he is getting great odds to call.
Therefore against a loose player in a 6 max game, I recommend opening to about 2.
With shorter stacks, he will also reraise jam with some hands on turns if he feels he is ahead.
Since his VPIP is high and he's getting good odds to call, I assume he's playing about 50% while excluding hands like AK, AKs, JJ+ that would've 3betted pre.
My HM2 databases after playing 200k hands show that players don't check raise flop and turn enough.
Usually it is around 8-12% depending on board textures which is about the frequency of a player having 2pair or better.
Also watching people like Blackrain79 may tell you to fold to a check raise jam on turns as it is more value heavy.
However, I have improved my game by adding in more semi bluffs by check raising on flops and turns to balance value raises with hands that retain equity and the opponent can be doing the visit web page />It is dangerous for us to say that we should fold TPTK just because villian's line is strong.
I think we should try to look at the overall EV and our MDF to evaluate our decisions rather than to just fold because getting stacked with only TPTK hurts.
If you only call with Two pair or better on this board, we will adequately be not calling enough and our opponents can start over bluffing.
Not a great mentality if you ask me xD FLOP: Now on the flop, he has Two pair or better 5%.
Once you bet about 73% he should be defending about 57% of his hands.
This includes any pair and gutshots.
He can fold a little more due to his weaker range but he does need to call with anything that connects with the board.
Sucks for him to play soo losse!
Now he has to defend more with garbage as well!
TURN: 5 does add some two pair combos, 85s and A5 but it also adds more flush draws and gutshots as well!
A3 and A4 are now pair plus gutshots and any 8 or A with a heart also adds flush draws.
This surprisingly adds about 28% more draws that villian picked up on turn that could be check raise bluffwith hands like A3 or 8h4h.
However, the opponents two pair or better frequency has risen to about 13% as well.
When you bet 0.
Therefore, we must defend about 32.
Luckily our opponent has top pair about 46% and has us crushed to 5 outs or less 23%.
However our big dollar casino mobile has TP, or TPWK, TP+gutshot, TP or Big slick cash games with FLush draws and small pairs+gutshots or flush draws.
This amounts to us beating the villain about 71% of his hands.
Without having little knowledge of this SHORTSTACK PLayer, how do you know he's not the type of player to jam with A and gutshots or hands that can read article to 2 pair or flushdraws, AKo should be in the 32% MDF range.
Our top pair can also be against hands like A9-AQ and in that case, we are in great shape.
Generally when we beat our opponent's value raises as well as bluff, it is not a terrible place to be in despite getting overbetted.
Solution: We should call I know people are just going to say that nobody bluffs in these stakes, but you are mistaken.
If you only defend with Two pair or better, which we usually dont have in our UTG range on this board, any maniac can pounce on us for not calling enough.
Why do u think you see all the overbetting at LATB now?
It's because people aren't adequately defending enough against check raises and overbets.
Anyways, sometimes you get stacked for 60bb with TPTK against a losse player that theoretically HAS TO BLUFF more to win with garbage hands!
Although the stats are made from a small sample size, calling a min raise with the SB also entering the pot, he is getting great odds to call.
Therefore against a loose player in a 6 max game, I recommend opening to about 2.
With shorter stacks, he will also reraise jam with some hands on turns if he feels he is ahead.
Since his VPIP is high and he's getting good odds to call, I assume he's playing about 50% while excluding hands like AK, AKs, JJ+ that would've 3betted pre.
My HM2 databases after playing 200k hands show that players don't check raise flop and turn enough.
Usually it is around 8-12% depending on board textures which is about the frequency of a player having 2pair or better.
Also watching people like Blackrain79 may tell big slick cash games to fold to a check raise jam on turns as it is more value heavy.
However, I have improved my game by adding in more semi bluffs by check raising on flops and turns to balance value raises with hands that retain equity and the opponent can be doing the same!
It is dangerous for us to say that we should fold TPTK just because villian's big slick cash games is strong.
I think we should try to look at the overall EV and our MDF to evaluate our decisions rather than rifles game famous big just fold because getting stacked with only TPTK hurts.
If you only call with Two pair or better on this board, we will adequately be not calling enough and our opponents can start over bluffing.
Not a great mentality if you ask me xD FLOP: Now on the flop, he has Two pair or better 5%.
Once you bet loose cannon the big game 73% he should be defending about 57% of his hands.
This includes any pair and gutshots.
He can fold a little more due to his weaker range but he does need to call with anything that connects with the board.
This will also include some suited K highs on the board.
Sucks for him to play soo losse!
Now he has to defend more with garbage as well!
TURN: 5 does add some two pair combos, 85s and A5 but it also adds more flush draws and gutshots as well!
A3 and A4 are now pair plus gutshots and any 8 or A with a heart also adds flush draws.
This surprisingly adds about 28% more draws that villian picked up on turn that could be check raise bluffwith hands like A3 or 8h4h.
However, the opponents two pair or better frequency has risen to about 13% as well.
When you bet 0.
Therefore, we must defend about 32.
Luckily our opponent has top pair about 46% and has us crushed to 5 outs or less 23%.
However our opponent has TP, or TPWK, TP+gutshot, TP or MP with FLush draws and small pairs+gutshots or flush draws.
This amounts to us beating the villain about 71% of his hands.
Without having little knowledge of this SHORTSTACK PLayer, how do you know he's not the type of player to jam with A and gutshots or hands that can improve to 2 pair or flushdraws, AKo should be in the 32% MDF range.
Our top pair can also be against hands like A9-AQ and in that case, we are in great shape.
Generally when we beat our opponent's value raises as well as bluff, it is not a terrible place to be in despite getting overbetted.
Solution: We should call I know people are just going to say that nobody bluffs in these stakes, but you are mistaken.
If you only defend with Two pair or better, which we usually dont have in our UTG range on this board, any maniac can pounce on us for not calling enough.
Why do u think you see all the overbetting at LATB now?
It's because people aren't adequately defending enough against check raises and overbets.
Anyways, sometimes you get stacked for 60bb with TPTK against a losse player that theoretically HAS TO BLUFF more to win with garbage hands!
Nice post - so you are saying if we are playing GTO wise we should be calling this turn jam?
But why can't we exploit fold here since population under bluffs this spot?
Also think about frequencies - 2 pair will ALWAYS jam the turn here.
A pair + gutshot will not.
The same with all semi bluffs.
So these hands should be discounted.
Nice post - so you are saying if we are playing GTO wise we should be calling this turn jam?
But why can't we exploit fold here since population under bluffs this spot?
Also think about frequencies - 2 pair will ALWAYS jam the turn here.
A pair + gutshot will not.
The same with all semi bluffs.
So these hands should be discounted.
The reason why I like to use MDF to figure out if I call or not is because you have 15 hands of this opponents big money flash game and he has 60bb stack to begin with.
With no information besides the fact that he's loose, we cannot say if he will only check raise jam with Two pairs.
Therefore, we cannot think that he's incapable of bluffing here with the pair plus flush big slick cash games or pair plus gutters; Which he will have more than 2 pairs, especially us blocking one A.
Exploit folding is dangerous especially against a loose player when you got no information.
And you beat his weaker good Ax like AQ, AJ which will be considered his value shove range.
Against those hands, we have 93% equity.
Against pairs and gutters or flushes, we have about 74-84% equity against his bluffs.
And we both have seen players overplay their Ax 2nd or 3rd kicker.
Lets also not forget that opponent has some great bluff candidates once he calls wide on flop with hands like 54s, 63s, 64s, 84s that picks up draws to 2 pair, flushes, and straights.
A great time to do it when your opponent can't have too many two pairs in his range.
If i had 64s, i would check raise jam with 15 outs or 32%bailout percentage.
So that bluff needs to work only about 35.
God I love check raise semi Bluffing.
But you made a great point about frequency and we don't know if a player will sometimes jam with pair plus draws or not.
So if we don't know his frequency, isn't MDF our best friend?
And besides, the database also tells me that people shove wider when their stacks are shallower.
If you were 600bb deep, I would have to think more.
Thanks for the reply.
I'll keep giving my best thoughts.
Bet smaller on the flop.
Going that size on the flop with AA or A5 in particular seems pretty dubious so there's not a ton of better value you can have.
But if you want to fold this hand and call with AQ or AJ with no heart that seems fine too.

G66YY644
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
60 xB
Max cash out:
$ 500

Big Slick will more than triple the size of its annual Saturday night auction and party in 2019, according to a Thursday release. In honor of the event's 10th anniversary the June 8 auction and.


Enjoy!
Big Slick Poker Hand: 7 Tips for Winning BIG
Valid for casinos
Big Slick - Upswing Poker
Visits
Dislikes
Comments
Of course, among unpaired cards Big Slick is the statistical and metaphorical champion.
AK is still a drawing hand β€” not a made one.
Even pocket deuces will win more often in the extreme long-run when played heads-up against Big Slick to showdown.
Unless one of your opponents has the rare holding of pocket AA or KK you are no worse than a coin-flip in the hand remember that two overcards are about a coin-flip pre-flop favorite against a smaller pocket pair.
source, one of the key aspects to remember is that the odds say.
When to Raise with AK In no-limit ring games I will raise about 70-80 percent of the big slick cash games whether I am the first one in the pot or following a few limpers.
This goes for early, middle, and late positions.
When to Call with A-K I will just flat-call rarely preflop with AK namely the other 20-30 percent of the time unless someone has made a big raise in front of me.
The fact is that Ace-King is a big hand that you should welcome seeing.
Besides, you can often outplay your opponent later in the hand even when you have neither.
Finally, you encourage bad beats by not thinning the field preflop.
The worst mistake you can make is to let in an inferior hand that gets lucky on the flop for cheap and then relieves you of your chips.
Still, I will occasionally just call preflop with AK to throw off my opponents and mix up my game.
When to Re-raise Your decision of whether or not to reraise preflop with AK should be more of a situational assessment.
Try to base your decision on your position, your table image, the overall flow of the game, and, of course, what you know about your opponent.
However, as a general rule, if the pot has already been raised 3-4BB before the action gets to me I will reraise about 2-3x the original raise about 60-70% of the time regardless of how many people are in the pot.
If the pot is already raised and reraised before me I will probably just call as I could be up against Queens, Kings, or.
I'm giving away my 6-part big slick cash games if you download it in the next 24 hours.
Very impressed, has really made a difference to how I play my game from when I first started.
Definitely built up my confidence in the game and helping me to stop spewing off chips.
There is no reason to risk your entire stack pre-flop with this hand in a cash game.
There is no pressure to accumulate chips in a fixed-blind situation so why not wait for a better big slick cash games />The exception to this is when you have an excellent read and feel that you have your big slick cash games dominated or, more likely, you or your opponent is shortstacked about 40BB or less.
When big slick cash games Call a Re-raise with A-K You could play it safe and just call a reraise, waiting to see what the flop brings.
I most often just call with AK as I usually have bonus casino sites best of it when an Ace flops and I can trap my opponent who has something like A-Q.
I recommend just calling much of the time seeing a flop.
Later on in tournaments when the blinds start to become astronomical this is a no-brainer all-in situation preflop no matter what has developed in the hand.
The point is that this is a very difficult hand to get away from preflop deep into a tournament.
Try making it worthwhile by raising 5-6BB and building a decent pot.
If there is a raise, a reraise, and an all-in ahead of you, you should probably be looking to dump your hand.
Why risk so much early on with a drawing hand?
This often works best from one https://festes.ru/big/famous-big-game-rifles.html the blinds but can be done in any position.
Ninja Tip for A-K in Low-Stakes Tournaments If there is a standard raise big slick cash games of you or just a couple of callers, try quickly moving all-in.
However, I find that the most likely hand to call yours here is a weaker Ace or King.
They probably put you on an outright bluff or small pair.
The quick all-in move with A-K in small-stakes tournaments has been an effective one for me to induce calls from worse hands.
Final thoughs on Ace-King Hopefully this tutorial has given you some ideas on how to best play Big Slick from any position in any type of game.
Your goal should be to thin the field to hands that are trying to catch up or just pick up the pot right away.
Occasionally, you might try some big slick cash games the more unorthodox plays I suggest to mix up your game.
He hopes to counter the rampant dishonesty in online gaming media with objective reviews and relevant features.
I've also never had any problems withdrawing.
This website is for entertainment and educational purposes only.
No gambling takes place on this site.
Content big slick cash games not be used to violate local, state, federal, or international law.
Scroll Up Your information is 100% secure and sent with SSL encryption.
Your email address will never be sold or shared with anyone.

B6655644
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
60 xB
Max cash out:
$ 1000

What is the definition of the term "Big Slick"? In poker, "Big Slick" is the name that is given to the hand Ace-King. Ace-King suited (for instance, Ah-Kh) is the fifth best starting hand in poker (behind AA, KK, QQ and JJ), while A-K unsuited (for instance, Ah-Ks) is the 8th best starting hand. Let's illustrate the proper use of the term "Big.


Enjoy!
Big Slick - Upswing Poker
Valid for casinos
Big Slick Poker Hand: 7 Tips for Winning BIG
Visits
Dislikes
Comments

JK644W564
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
30 xB
Max cash out:
$ 1000

Discover cutting edge Cash Game strategies and advanced meta-game tactics.. / CM Tooltip Glossary Pro+ / Big Slick. Big Slick. April 15, 2019 by Team Upswing.


Enjoy!
BiG SLiCK Club - poker club Purley | Poker Tournaments and cash games
Valid for casinos
The top 3 Ways to Win More Playing AK (Ace-King, Big Slick)
Visits
Dislikes
Comments
Selena Gomez at Big Slick Celebrity Softball Game

TT6335644
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
30 xB
Max cash out:
$ 1000

No Limit Cash: Calling all-in with Big Slick versus two players Published by AngusD on March 30, 2012 March 30, 2012 It’s pretty much accepted that in many tournament situations it isn’t worth risking all our chips by calling all-in with AK .


Enjoy!
The top 3 Ways to Win More Playing AK (Ace-King, Big Slick)
Valid for casinos
5NL Big Slick in trouble? - Micro Stakes Pot Limit and No Limit - Micro Stakes Poker Forum
Visits
Dislikes
Comments

A67444455
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
30 xB
Max cash out:
$ 500

Overplaying Big Slick When Deep-Stacked in Tournaments.. Tournaments Are Not Cash Games.. taking a more conservative approach at times than you would in a cash game, including with Big Slick.


Enjoy!
5NL Big Slick in trouble? - Micro Stakes Pot Limit and No Limit - Micro Stakes Poker Forum
Valid for casinos
Big Slick | Poker Terms | PokerNews
Visits
Dislikes
Comments
A nickname forwhich was originally called "Santa Barbara" big slick cash games the destructive oil spill off the coast of Santa Barbara.
It eventually transformed into "Big Slick.
I confirm that I am over the age of 18 years old.
We will use your personal data to email you necessary information the PokerNews updates.
Our use and processing of big slick cash games personal data, is governed by the and available on the PokerNews.
Top Room Reviews Available in Netherlands I went to wsop's bathroom and there was a guy pissing w his arms crossed in the urinal, how is it possible?
And the man MamoonHa who… 21 mins.
Because it was a 3 way… 24 mins.
Among other things, visitors will find a daily dose of articles with big slick cash games latest poker news, live reporting click the following article tournaments, exclusive videos, podcasts and so much more.
Subscribe I confirm that I am over the age of 18 years old.
Terms: We will use your personal data to email see more necessary information the PokerNews updates.
Our use and processing of your personal data, is governed by the and available on the PokerNews.

A67444455
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
30 xB
Max cash out:
$ 1000

Enjoy a night of fun at The K for the annual Big Slick Celebrity Softball Game on Friday, June 7 vs. White Sox. Come early to watch local celebrities Paul Rudd, Jason Sudeikis, Rob Riggle, Eric Stonestreet, David Koechner, and some of their celebrity friends play in a softball game on the field.


Enjoy!
5NL Big Slick in trouble? - Micro Stakes Pot Limit and No Limit - Micro Stakes Poker Forum
Valid for casinos
BiG SLiCK Club - poker club Purley | Poker Tournaments and cash games
Visits
Dislikes
Comments

A67444455
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
30 xB
Max cash out:
$ 200

Wow - what a weekend! From the visits and hanging out with the kids, families and staff at Children's Mercy to the Softball Game to the Bowling Tournament to the Party & Auction, the 10th.


Enjoy!
Big Slick Poker Hand: 7 Tips for Winning BIG
Valid for casinos
BiG SLiCK Club - poker club Purley | Poker Tournaments and cash games
Visits
Dislikes
Comments
My BIGGEST POTS In The $10/$20 Cash Games This Weekend

CODE5637
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
30 xB
Max cash out:
$ 200

Presentation of the Big Slick Players Club London . The Big Slick Players Club London is a free to join private members only club. Among a nice poker experience you can enjoy other activities as Darts, Backgammon, Kalloki, Chess and Scrabble.


Enjoy!
5NL Big Slick in trouble? - Micro Stakes Pot Limit and No Limit - Micro Stakes Poker Forum
Valid for casinos
BiG SLiCK Club - poker club Purley | Poker Tournaments and cash games
Visits
Dislikes
Comments

BN55TO644
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
60 xB
Max cash out:
$ 1000

In his first at-bat in Friday afternoon's Big Slick Celebrity softball game at Kauffman Stadium, Yankovic struck out while hacking at a pitch. In the game where rules are arbitrary, he was given a few chances before that appearance. "Playing today brought back some painful memories," Yankovic said.


Enjoy!
Big Slick - Upswing Poker
Valid for casinos
Big Slick | Poker Terms | PokerNews
Visits
Dislikes
Comments
Of course, among unpaired cards Big Slick is the statistical and metaphorical champion.
AK is big slick cash games a drawing hand β€” not a made one.
Even pocket deuces will win more often in the extreme long-run when played heads-up against Big Slick to showdown.
Unless one of your opponents has the rare holding of pocket AA or KK you are no worse than a coin-flip in the hand remember that two overcards are about a coin-flip pre-flop favorite against a smaller pocket pair.
However, one of the key aspects to remember is that the odds say.
When to Raise with AK In no-limit ring games I will raise about 70-80 percent of the time whether I am the first one in the pot or following a few limpers.
This goes for early, middle, and late positions.
When to Call with A-K I will just flat-call rarely preflop with AK namely the other 20-30 big slick cash games of the time unless someone has made a big raise in front of me.
The fact is that Ace-King is a big hand that you should welcome seeing.
Besides, you can often outplay your opponent later in the hand even when you have neither.
Finally, you encourage bad beats by not thinning the field preflop.
The worst mistake you can make is to let in an inferior hand that gets lucky on the flop for cheap and then relieves you of your chips.
Still, I will occasionally just call preflop with AK to throw off my opponents and mix up my game.
When to Re-raise Your decision of whether or not to reraise preflop with AK should be more of a situational assessment.
Try to base your decision on your position, your table image, the overall flow of the game, and, of course, what you know about your opponent.
However, as a general rule, if big slick cash games pot has already been raised 3-4BB before the action gets to me I will reraise about 2-3x the original raise about 60-70% of the time regardless of how many people are in the pot.
If the pot is already raised and reraised before me I will probably just call as I could be up against Queens, Kings, or.
I'm giving away my 6-part course if you download it in the next 24 hours.
Very impressed, has really made a difference to how I play my game from when I first started.
Definitely built up my confidence in the game and helping me to stop spewing off chips.
There is no reason to risk your entire stack pre-flop with this hand in a cash game.
There is no pressure to accumulate chips in a fixed-blind situation so why not wait for a better spot?
The exception to this is when you have an excellent big slick cash games and feel that you have your opponent dominated or, more likely, you or your opponent is shortstacked about 40BB or less.
When to Call a Re-raise with A-K You could play it safe and just call a reraise, waiting to see what the flop brings.
I most often just call with AK as I usually have the best of it when an Ace flops and I can here my opponent who has something like A-Q.
I recommend just calling much of the time seeing a flop.
Later on in tournaments when the blinds start to become astronomical this is a no-brainer all-in situation preflop no matter what has developed in the hand.
The point is that this is a very difficult hand to get away from preflop deep into a tournament.
Try making it worthwhile by raising 5-6BB and building a decent pot.
If there is a raise, a reraise, and big gallery all-in ahead of you, you should probably be looking to dump your hand.
Why risk so much early on with a drawing hand?
This often works best from one of the blinds but can be done in any position.
Ninja Tip for A-K in Https://festes.ru/big/big-cricket-games-online-play.html Tournaments If there is a standard raise ahead of you or just a couple of callers, try quickly moving all-in.
However, I find that the most likely hand to call yours here is a weaker Ace or King.
They probably put you on an outright bluff or small pair.
The quick all-in move with A-K in small-stakes tournaments has been an effective one for me to induce calls from worse hands.
Final thoughs on Ace-King Hopefully this tutorial has given you some ideas on how to best play Big Slick from any position in any type of game.
Your goal should be to thin the field to hands that are trying to catch up or just pick up the pot right away.
Occasionally, you might try some of the more unorthodox big slick cash games I suggest to mix up your game.
He hopes to counter the rampant dishonesty in online gaming media with objective reviews and relevant features.
I've also never had any problems withdrawing.
This website is for entertainment and educational purposes only.
No gambling takes place on this site.
Content may not be used to violate local, state, federal, or international law.
Scroll Up Your information is 100% secure and sent with SSL encryption.
Your email address will never be sold or shared with anyone.

G66YY644
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
50 xB
Max cash out:
$ 500

The Big Slick is a strong hand in any format, but it is even better in a tournament game as opposed to a cash game. Tournament play has blinds that rise quickly, which means that players tend to go in when they have face cards or an Ace with anything else in the hopes of stealing blinds.


Enjoy!
Big Slick Poker Hand: 7 Tips for Winning BIG
Valid for casinos
BiG SLiCK Club - poker club Purley | Poker Tournaments and cash games
Visits
Dislikes
Comments
Cash Game Poker Strategy: How to play Big Slick

A7684562
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
30 xB
Max cash out:
$ 500

The actress joined a plethora of other celebs, including Selena Gomez, 26, and Paul Rudd, 50, for the Big Slick Celebrity Softball Game in Kansas City, which helped to raise money for a local.


Enjoy!
The top 3 Ways to Win More Playing AK (Ace-King, Big Slick)
Valid for casinos
5NL Big Slick in trouble? - Micro Stakes Pot Limit and No Limit - Micro Stakes Poker Forum
Visits
Dislikes
Comments
Future - Stick Talk (Official Music Video)

CODE5637
Bonus:
Free Spins
Players:
All
WR:
50 xB
Max cash out:
$ 500

What is the definition of the term "Big Slick"? In poker, "Big Slick" is the name that is given to the hand Ace-King. Ace-King suited (for instance, Ah-Kh) is the fifth best starting hand in poker (behind AA, KK, QQ and JJ), while A-K unsuited (for instance, Ah-Ks) is the 8th best starting hand. Let's illustrate the proper use of the term "Big.


Enjoy!
The top 3 Ways to Win More Playing AK (Ace-King, Big Slick)
Valid for casinos
Big Slick Poker Hand: 7 Tips for Winning BIG
Visits
Dislikes
Comments
Big Pots High Stakes Poker Cash game €200/€400/€1600 part 1