The Overlay a poker podcast

Episode 73: Pocket Queens the 5th toughest premium holdem hand to play

October 05, 2022 The Overlay a poker podcast Season 2 Episode 73
The Overlay a poker podcast
Episode 73: Pocket Queens the 5th toughest premium holdem hand to play
Show Notes

How to play pocket Queens the 5th toughest premium holdem hand to play.

Every poker player hopes for Queens, but why are they so hard to play? The Overlay gives you a full breakdown on how to improve your play with pocket Queens.
 
Premium holdem hands ranked by how tough they are to play. This is the third of a seven-part mini-series of how to play the hands we are all wishing to see but have so much difficulty playing. In this first episode, we will cover the complete list of the toughest premium hands to play, and each subsequent episode will be dedicated to how to improve your play on each hand from the list.  Good Luck and you can thank us later for the help.

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