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  1. #1

    Default $2.20 MTT, 4 players left

    A big field micro mtt, final table.

    The open-limper often did this, and the raiser iso´d him a few times, but was not very activ.

    I had the feeling that the raiser was strong here, but four-handed my AT is a good hand.

    Have no fold equity, but cannot fold this, right?


    PokerStars Hand #130308927323: Tournament #1134217068, $2.00+$0.20 USD Hold'em No Limit - Level XLVII (30000/60000) - 2015/02/11 5:15:00 ET
    Table '1134217068 147' 9-max Seat #6 is the button
    Seat 2: Daniel72ko (453939 in chips)
    Seat 4: mattchew122 (1548402 in chips)
    Seat 6: golfwars (3033657 in chips)
    Seat 7: Johnnie Guti (3922002 in chips)
    Daniel72ko: posts the ante 7500
    mattchew122: posts the ante 7500
    golfwars: posts the ante 7500
    Johnnie Guti: posts the ante 7500
    Johnnie Guti: posts small blind 30000
    Daniel72ko: posts big blind 60000
    *** HOLE CARDS ***
    Dealt to Daniel72ko [Ac Th]
    mattchew122: folds
    golfwars: calls 60000
    Johnnie Guti: raises 109125 to 169125
    Daniel72ko:
  2. #2
    0 fold equity , minirase..., easy fold
  3. #3
    Cant fold here,shove and go for it
  4. #4
    I think you get it in here. Although it's a bit tempting to get out of the way and see if the two big stacks will do battle and potentially move up to a guaranteed payout of 3rd, too often that min-range includes a hand that AT dominates and too often that re-raise range includes a hand that AT can compete against imo. There's too many chips in the pot already to not throw yours in and hope for at least a double-up, if not a triple-up.
  5. #5
    Yeah, u are a short stack on the table, this a great opportunity, shove on that.
  6. #6
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    Can't fault you for getting it in with AT when your M ratio is under 4 (453,939/(7,500*4 + 30,000 + 60,000))
  7. #7
    Yes, i went all in ... couldn´t wait longer with my stack

    the limp was already in the pot (60.000) and the huge antes and blinds of course too

    the limper folded, and the raiser called and showed KK ... bad luck

    but it still was the right move
  8. #8
    You are the shortest stack so I think you have to shove here
  9. #9
    With the blinds antes you're losing 120k every 4 hands, so it's either now with a strong hand or likely being forced allin not many hands later with a substantially worse hand where now a double up gets you only slightly higher than you just were at 450k and in need of another double up to stay in it. Shove it in and hope for the best, plus depending if the open-limper had a history of limp folding it could be a complete steal attempt from the raiser with substantially worse than A10.
  10. #10
    Give the raiser like top 20%max then plug into an icm calculator and see what it suggests. Assume he jams into you because he's never folding to your re raise

    No one raises wide oop facing limps hence the 20%max rec.

    Ignore the limper for simplicity and just see if you can get in heads up vs 20%

    If yes, at what point does it become a fold?

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