How to Play Ace-Queen in No Limit Hold’em Cash Game

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Ace Queen is one of the trickiest hands to play in No Limit Hold’em Cash Game. It’s too strong to fold, but you never want to inflate the pot too much for fear that your opponent could have you outkicked or dominated. In this Hand of the Day, Alec shares his best cash game strategies for playing Ace Queen in tough situations. How would you have played it? What would be your cash game strategy with Ace Queen in your hand. Leave your thoughts in a comment below.

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10 thoughts on “How to Play Ace-Queen in No Limit Hold’em Cash Game

  1. Who the love calls preflop with 34s ?????? When I lose to people who play like this I cant sleep for days cause of my anger issues. Just play big tables or dont bluff on small ones

  2. Don't lose your entire stack on C bets. He called you pre flop bet, he called your lg bets on flop & turn what did you think he had?

  3. i was confused because I watched the hand and was like hey why isn't alec mentioning 34 suited as a potential hand the villian might have.

    i was right 😛 clearly i play in crappy games too much (not that I don't belong there too, lol)

  4. Don't you mean hide your large chips and then call off when they shove on you??? Haha

  5. thats such a losing situation… i started to give up on it post flop , latest the turn

  6. Thar dude who made it to the river and called would've hanever happened and there'd be no one w two three if it wasn't internet poker. It's rigged. Still even 8,9,10 years later after online poker-acolypse

  7. Always love your videos but a few thoughts on this one:
    In a low stakes game with multiple fish (like this one) I suggest to narrow your open range, reduce your bluff frequency and bet for value. Villain is getting a great price on the river and you're risking your entire stack by choosing to bluff throughout this hand when fish never fold. Wait for a better spot with value and you will get called down, because people are loose and willing to play more games.

    Another point i want to add is – would I really three barrel an overpair as such? With two callers on such a dry board, I may want to check call in early position, especially on the turn.

    Nevertheless, thank you for the great video and pre flop advice about raise size.

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