On the other hand, if you have a K10o in the BB and the button raises oyu, and the flop comes 337, you can pretty much forget about bluffing, because under most circumstances, any Ax will call you all the way. This is not ALWAYS the case, but its the case often enough that you should just give up on flops like this. On the other hand, if you yourself have a decent ace on a flop like this, you may very well have the raiser beat. But if you have Q10, KJ, etc, your best off giving up.
BASICALLY- pick your spots, defend against the aggressive player on midrange flops, and jam up your good draws (flush/open end).Awful flops like 236 and paired flops like 7710 will often see an ace high call down. (this goes double for flops which are both paired AND awful)
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