Among the very best observations is made on how in a different way players play strong hands. Hands like AT, AQ, AK, or even KQ and KJ. These are good hands but they are likewise drawing hands. Pay close attention to players that are so sure that they will win these hands no matter what the flop, turn, or river are. They merely over value them after the flop and can't withstand. We should be planning to flop sets in order to slow play them because this kind of gamer will call or bet every time. These players are not chasers and they are not actually calling stations either but they have a bad ability to let go of fantastic hole cards in bad scenarios. Even getting excellent flush or straight draws and excellent pot probabilities will give you an advantage.