As in every variation of poker, Limit Hold'em has its "trap hands". A trap hand is simply a hand which looks better than it actually is.
While binding with any flop, this hand is likely to find itself beaten by a slightly higher one. Before defining a hand as "trap", you need to consider your position and what happened in the hand until then.
Among the classic examples of trap hands in Limit Hold'em can be mentioned:
Aces accompanied by weak cards (for example A and ♣ 5 ♥ A ♦ 3 ♣) from the start. Even if an ace comes on the flop, your kicker is still low and you'll find yourself at a disadvantage.
Two cards of more than 10. Example: in your hand 10 ♥ K ♣ and decide to call from a medium position, another player raises with a pair of Jack and you decide to call.
With a flop of 05,03,10 you may believe youíve got the best hand at the table, but itís not at all.
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