WSOP Poker Analysis Discussing AK’s All-In Preflop and AA Losing the Biggest Pot in History?

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WSOP Poker Analysis Discussing AK’s All-In Preflop and AA Losing the Biggest Pot in History?

Analysis Discusses AK’s All-In Preflop Hit AA, Losing the Biggest Pot in History? The analyzed and discussed. Recently, has often seen highly discussed hands. For example, the cryptocurrency tycoon we just discussed used set over set to get Ge Ge. Last Friday’s hand also caught everyone’s attention.

The game level is 100/200/400. This time Gage is not there (he went to the music festival to dance and dance), and the player who fills Gage’s position is a player named Handz, who is a new player who just appeared on . The style of play is very loose and fierce, but he also paid a heavy price for it.

 

AK hits AA all-in before the flop, losing the biggest pot in history

Preflop:

In this hand, Handz opened to 1,000 with A K♠ and Ben Lee 3-bet to 5,600 with A♠A . in the small blind played very loose on the day, and he would be in the pot with any starting hand, which he called with a 5♣2♣ call.

WSOP Poker Analysis Discussing AK's All-In Preflop and AA Losing the Biggest Pot in History?

WSOP Poker Analysis Discusses AK's All-In Preflop Hit AA, Losing the Biggest Pot in History?

It was Handz’s turn to 4-bet to 25,000, Ben Lee re-raised to 90,000 with pocket aces and Keating folded. Handz started the hand with 850,000 in chips, Handz decided to move all in, and Ben Lee, who had just over 300,000 in total, called immediately! So this 634,000 pot was born, which is the largest pot since the HCL live show started last summer!

WSOP Poker Analysis Discussing AK's All-In Preflop and AA Losing the Biggest Pot in History?

Flop:

The two agreed to deal two cards.

WSOP Poker Analysis Discussing AK's All-In Preflop and AA Losing the Biggest Pot in History?

The first board dealt A♣8 K♣7 10

The second board dealt 4 4 3♠3 7♣

WSOP Poker Analysis Discussing AK's All-In Preflop and AA Losing the Biggest Pot in History?

In the end, Ben Lee, who held AA, won and took the entire pot.

 

Analytical view

The WSOP team felt that, on the surface, this hand was at best a failure of AK playing too aggressively preflop, but viewers had a different opinion.

It is clear that both players want to present a strong hand to their opponents. Handz has been playing very aggressively, making enough money on HCL for the day to buy a Lamborghini before the hand; He played extremely tight for about an hour and a half, and even folded AK in the face of an opponent’s 3-bet .

As the audience knows, Ben plays only very strong hands all day. After winning the big pot, Ben revealed that he actually wanted to leave early, but he didn’t want people to think he won the big pot and left immediately.

So, by the time he raises to 90,000, his range is already very, very narrow, and he can’t possibly be bluffing or holding a hand weaker than QQ.

From Handz’s point of view, he should think that opponents will only call his all-in when they have AA. It’s okay to think so, because for Ben, if he wants to leave the game with a lot of profit, then he will definitely discard QQ, and there is a high probability of discarding KK. But what Handz didn’t expect is that Ben has tightened his range a lot at this time. After all, he can’t always see the hole cards when Ben has no show cards like the audience.

 

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