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$2.20 Sunday Storm sattelite, JJ, shove or fold?

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  • $2.20 Sunday Storm sattelite, JJ, shove or fold?

    I was 12 out of 19 where 10 get paid in this sattelite The villain was a mass multi tabler who played normal tag style at this point. He did fold to my shove bvb when he min raised with 25bb to my 13bb. I have played a normal tag style as well who hasn't gotten out of line pre or post flop. Should I have folded this and waited for a better spot or is my shove correct?
    Last edited by bigblazer879; Wed Jan 23, 2013, 10:23 PM.
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  • #2
    Please provide the hand to analyze as the replayer is blank.

    John (JWK24)
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    • #3
      should be working now, sry abut that
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      • #4
        Hi bigblazer879,

        Definite shove for me. You don't have enough chips to cash from here so you'll need atleast a couple more spots to pickup blinds. Here we pickup a raise most of the time also.

        You should have alot of fold equity in this situation a reg should probably be folding everything except KK+ this close to the money.

        Only down side is the reg has 5k chips to start the hand which is very close to a cashing stack so this isn't a situation he will be opening light. But 6 handed I think the range is wide enough there should be plenty of folds in it still.

        What did he call you with?
        Andy


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        • #5
          he had QQ
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