# All In Match Up Odds

The table below shows the odds of each hand winning in typical all-in match ups in Texas Holdem. The percentage chance of winning assumes that both players are all-in and that all 5 community cards will be dealt to determine a winner. The table also assumes that there are no other players in the hand, although the results should be very similar.

## All-in hands probability odds chart.

Typical Match Up Hand 1 Hand 2
Under Pair vs. Overcards T T 57% 43% A K
Overpair vs. Pair K K 80% 20% 9 9
2 Overcards vs. 2 Undercards A Q 63% 37% 5 7
Dominated Hand A J 79% 21% J T
Very Dominated Hand Q Q 89% 11% Q J
Overcard vs. Dominated Kicker A 9 29% 71% 9 9
Pair vs. 1 Overcard 8 8 69% 31% A 5
1 Overcard vs. 2 Middle Cards J 4 57% 43% 6 8

## How to use the all in match-ups odds chart.

The table can be used to estimate your chances of winning in common all-in situations, however, the table does not highlight the exact probabilities for the certain match-ups in general.

For example: in the pair v overcards match-up, 2 2 would be a 53% favorite against A K instead of being a slightly stronger favorite like T T with a 57% chance of winning. The is due to other factors such as the increased probability that two overpairs will appear on the board creating a higher two-pair with a better kicker for the player holding A K.

## All in match up odds evaluation.

As you can see from the table, some of the match-ups are closer than you might expect them to be. For example, if you have another player dominated with a hand like A J against J T, your opponent will win the pot 1 time in 4. Therefore you should be careful not to become overly excited when cards like these are turned over in an all-in situation, because your opponent is not always as far behind as you think.

Another interesting all-in match up is the very common AK versus an under pair. The table shows that although the odds are fairly even, the under-pair will usually have the slight advantage.

This means that it is always better to be pushing all-in rather than calling an all-in with AK if necessary, because to call with AK against an under pair is a losing play in the long run. By pushing all-in with AK you give your opponent the opportunity to fold for fear of an overpair, which will improve your expectation in the long run.

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