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Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Texas Hold ‘Em Poker: How to Play Ace-Queen Suited

Posted By on February 3, 2010, 9:44 AM

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You stare at your cards: Ace-Queen of Hearts. ---

The blinds are $2 and $5.

You call $5.

A fat, old man in a black cowboy hat raises to $25.

The next player bumps it up to $125.

Everybody else folds to you. You have $500 in chips.

Now what in the world do you do?

How do you play Ace-Queen suited?

Simple. You move all in.

The fat guy in the hat will fold.

The $125 bettor will probably call.

If you hit your Ace, you win a nice pot. If you miss your Ace, well, you just lost 500 bucks. Unless you're Asian, and then, of course, you'll miraculously make a flush on the river.

But, no matter.  You're rich. And you can always buy more chips, right?

What do you think of this advice on How to Play Ace-Queen Suited? Do you agree with me? Disagree? Do you wanna play some poker? Leave your thoughts in the comments.

P.S. If you're wondering what the photo of the hot girl has to do with this post, wonder no more. She's wearing a Queen of Hearts Halloween costume. Stop judging me!

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