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AA UTG with 15 bb

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Player 9Baller-KS raises (1850)

Player ready0rn0t folds

Player RiverSaved folds

Player WPN_DEC folds

Player DehOne folds

Player KittensAreCute folds

Player b3asy516 folds

Player DORITO calls (1150)

*** FLOP ***: [9d Jh Jc]

Player DORITO checks

Player 9Baller-KS bets (1199)

Player DORITO folds

Uncalled bet (1199) returned to 9Baller-KS

Player 9Baller-KS mucks cards

------ Summary ------

Pot: 4650. Rake 0

Board: [9d Jh Jc]

Player b3asy516 does not show cards.Bets: 425. Collects: 0. Loses: 425.

Player DORITO does not show cards.Bets: 1925. Collects: 0. Loses: 1925.

*Player 9Baller-KS mucks (does not show cards). Bets: 1925. Collects: 4650. Wins: 2725.

So I am most curious about preflop play....should I limp and hope for action or play it the way I did?

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I may have missed it but what is your hand?

Edit, don´t worry I found it in the heading. AA.

You have 15bb UTG. You don´t list the stack sizes of the players behind you but I´m usually open shoving my full range for 15BB UTG, because it disguises the strength of my hand.

Would you open 99´s /AJo UTG or shove for 15BB?

I just find I get looked up more often playing this way as everyone is usually too wary of an UTG 15bb min raising....

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