Originally Posted by jij452
Ok, I never post strat for personnal beliefs, but since that's my 1000th post, cheers....
OP, hand removal make hand strengh irrelevant.
*Assuming* (wich is kinda reasonnable given history) that Villain is totally polarized and always plays [AhQx, A9s, A8s] that way (not to mention we could diminish probabilty of Ah9h/Ah8h given pre and flop play), we find that
KK+ has 60% against [Ah9h,Ah8h,AhQx] and is a snap call
BUT QQQ is a fold (33%), as is AQ (25%)
hey can you reiterate this in layman's terms? I'm struggling with the numbers that posit that KK is better off than having top set (QQ)