Top 7 Things to Consider when Flopping and Playing Two Pair in Hold’em


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Last Updated: March 13, 2022

Raise your hand if you’ve ever flopped Two Pair and lost to a bigger Two Pair!

See all the hands going up? And when it happens, you often lose a big pot, especially on a dry board.

Your negative implied odds are even worse when you hit your boat. Bottom pair turns into a weak boat, and you can lose your stack to a bigger full house.

Another big problem occurs when the card you do not hold pairs on the turn or river. Now you are reduced to one pair not on the board and possibly a weak kicker.

There is a lot to consider about playing flopped two pair in Hold'em and if you want to learn more about these often tricky spots, be sure to visit the 888poker Magazine to read the full article.

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