3 MISTAKES To AVOID With Ace King!

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In this live poker webinar Jonathan Little will teach you 3 key mistakes to avoid with ace king!

If you’re an avid poker player, you’ll know that Ace King (AK) is a powerful starting poker hand, but playing it can be tricky. In this video, Jonathan will teach you 3 common mistakes that poker players make with Ace King and how to avoid them. He will cover the most typical situations you’ll encounter with AK and how to navigate them correctly. With these poker tips and poker strategies, you’ll be able to maximize your profits with this premium starting hand and avoid costly mistakes.

In poker, Ace-King, commonly known as Big Slick, is one of the strongest starting hands. However, even the best starting poker hand can turn into a disaster if not played correctly. That’s why in this video, Jonathan will talk about the 3 common mistakes that players make with Ace-King and how to avoid making them.

In this poker video, you’ll learn the tips and strategies you need to avoid making common mistakes when playing Ace-King. You’ll learn when to play it aggressively and when to fold it, how to recognize different situations, and how to adjust your play style to maximize your winnings. With this knowledge, you’ll be able to play Ace-King more effectively and become a more successful winning poker player.

So, whether you’re a beginner poker player or a regular player, don’t miss out on this video and learn how to play Ace King like a poker professional!

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3 MISTAKES To AVOID With Ace King!

9 thoughts on “3 MISTAKES To AVOID With Ace King!

  1. Obviously, a fishy player sending in that vid. Does the man watch your video's, Jonathan? Doesn't look like it!
    Anyway, the most basic blunder I am seeing as well, is this person not doing the basic math, pot odds aside.
    So he has 3 aces, 3 kings and 4 Q''s left. 10 outs x 2 on the river is only an 8% chance at a gutter (giving him a straight), and 20%, overall, 1 in 5 chance to get ANY card that MIGHT help, or will help. Pots odds? Let's not even go there in this hand as they are absolute bade, not in favor of hero.

    The sender of this vid should (at the very least) learn the rule of 4 and 2, no?

    AK is always tricky. I am VERY cautious with this hand because personally I rarely flop top pair with this hand. Most times the flop doesn't help me. Situationally as you say, Jonathan, you can three-bet in position, occasionally when out of position knowing your opponent's tendencies, and ranges. Even still I proceed cautiously as you suggest, folding in places many a fish with continue playing.

    Good vid. I think you're spot on Jonathan, even though you'd have people disagreeing. I listen to coaches with STATS to back their material. I wouldn't want to play you heads up. Ha ha. I would though! If you're going to WSOP this month I may see you at the tables. Hope to shake your hand as well. Thanks for your gifts! Good material.

  2. Never missing a spot to reference Robbi’s hand xd Nice thumbnail and lesson coach.

  3. I like this format of picking a hand and discuss different scenarios with it, would like some 2nd pair and flush draw, straight draws with overs pair draws and some big over pairs in dizzy spots to discuss and extrapolate of those scenarios, thanks for all.

  4. 1. Overplaying the hand
    2. Overplaying the hand
    3. Thinking you actually got something with this unreliable unpaired piece of trash hand

  5. All those guys in Twitchchat making fun of the hand that is shown – same people who get every "would you bet or check?" spot wrong 🤣 Ego is big in this one

  6. Jonathan Little I must say thank you. I’ve been watching your poker lectures for a couple months, went to a 1-3NL game, and by executing your poker theory for each position, I started with 500, walked with 1700 in 6 hours of fun play. Thank you 🙏🏼

  7. Very shocked and happy about the access pass. Thank you!!! Youre the best and all of your content has greatly enhanced my skill at poker

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