Yes, he does, especially if there's a lot of dead money in front of him. He's also aggressive postflop, looking to take pots with position all the time. Also, 6-10x is the standard PFR here and I don't believe they all have QQ+ every time. In fact, I know they don't. PFRs have shown down junk/marginal hands time and time again. So while a 12x raise is a considerable chunk of change, it doesn't mean he has AA. It's also not that out of line with 3xBB + 1BB per limper considering everyone (6 people) limped.
Originally Posted by Lukie
I agree position is absolutely terrible here, and if I were set mining, it's not worth a call.
It's nearly 1/8 of your stack in terrible postflop position in where you act and also in position to the preflop raiser, being sandwiched between the button and many limpers. You probably aren't going to have the best hand post-flop, and you certainly aren't seeing a showdown without losing your stack if that's the case.
You casually discard the 4th best hand in Holdem? It's a coinflip between AK/AQs and JJ, after that odds improve dramatically.
I think I just casually toss this one in the muck preflop...
QQ+ are obviously concerns which is why I should have reraised preflop. Typically: AKs/AQs fold, QQ calls (and then I'm in real trouble), and AA/KK reraises/pushes. Although, given the general aggressiveness of the other players I could be reraised with any two cards (but I still fold with JJ).
I messed up preflop which got me into more trouble postflop. That's the 'oops'