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How to Play Pocket Pairs - Texas Holdem Strategy
By Joey Babineau


How to Play Pocket Pairs is a question that is asked all the time, and it certainly has no easy answer. This article will explain several things about pockets and will provide a few basic strategies and ideas.
First of all every situation is different so there is no one strategy on how to play pocket pairs. You must consider several things every time you have a hand. Is it in a tournament? Cash game? How many players at your table? Your position? The size of your chip stack, and also what is your image at the table. If you are an aggressive player or you have been bluffing and were caught a couple of times, this will affect the amount people will call for.
Basic advice on how to play pocket pairs. With low pocket pairs 9s or lower limp or call blinds in early position, so you can call a small raise from a player in late position hoping to flop a set. In late position you can raise 3x the Big Blind if no else has raised depending on the size of your pair. If you miss the flop consider a continuation bet to see if anyone has hit the flop.
Now in both examples above, the big decision is if you get re-raised. What do you do? And how many players are in the hand? Depending on your chip stack, and if you have position, you can either fold, call or even re-raise.
The 5/25 Rule on How to Play Pocket Pairs
The 5/25 rule is a strategy some players use. Basically, you only play small pairs in early position if you have less than 5 big blinds or more than 25 big blinds. With less than 5 big blinds you push all-in with small pairs, and try to win the blinds or double up. With more than 25 big blinds you can limp and try to see a cheap flop. If you have between 5 and 25 big blinds you fold low pocket pairs.
How to Play Low Pocket Pairs
If you are playing pocket pairs between 2-7 you might be good to just flat call. If you get raised more then four times the big blind after you call then you should fold unless you have a very big chip stack. You can also consider the implied odds. You could also go all in if you have a very small stack. However in a full table someone else usually has a more dominating hand.
Final Piece of Advice on How to Play Pocket Pairs
With a big pair Qs or better, you must put in a raise early or you must be prepared to consider AA a weak hand at showdown as you cannot narrow down the likelyhood of the hands your opponents are holding at all. Most people who lose with big pairs tried to limp and wait for someone to raise preflop only to be up against three limpers.
If you are in late position and you have several callers before you, it is a bad idea to slow play and limp. Your pocket aces will hold up against four opponents just 56% of the time against random hands, and 50% for kings. Against good hands, your odds are even worse.
If you are in early position and you limp you run the risk of several more limpers leading to the same problem as above. Some say position only matters preflop with pocket pairs. After the flop if you don't hit your set just fold or if you think you can bluff go for it. If you are heads up post flop and your opponent has not bet yet, and you didn't hit the flop consider a continuation bet.
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