And again, this hand, a pair of aces, if I
get a pair of aces early and I just call, I’m asking for trouble. This is not the tight
play. The tight play is to raise, three or four times the big blind. Let’s say I just
call. Well, talk about getting a right price, he doesn’t even have to pay to see the flop.
Let’s say somebody minimum raised. Let’s say the dealer minimum raised. And the small blind
got cute and just called. He’s thinking I’ve got a big hand and I want to trap somebody.
Well, this guy, he’s tight but he’s got jack ten suited. So he’s getting five to one to
make the call. He makes the call. Now in this situation I’m pretty comfortable with these
cards but I’m not comfortable with the fact that I let two hands come play along with
me. Especially since one of them is suited. So early on tight is right unless you’re getting
a good price.