Saturday, August 26, 2006

Another Situation

5 People left in a 2 table SnG. Top 4 pay out. You are in BB with about 1500 chips, blinds are 50/100. Person in 2nd position moves all in for $4500. Folds to you. You have AdQd. What do you do?

4 Comments:

At 12:20 PM, Blogger Rod said...

There is one unanswered question in the situation described, namely am I the short stack? Regardless, I think it's an easy laydown - there is still plenty of time to find a hand or let someone else bust out. AQos is pretty marginal in this situation, being a coinflip against any underpair, a heavy underdog to QQ-AA, and dominated by AK. If I were doing the raising, I might go all-in, but calling with this hand is too dangerous. Live to fight another day, and lay it down.

 
At 12:21 PM, Blogger Rod said...

Oops, my mistake - AQs, but it still doesn't add enough value to my hand to call.

 
At 5:43 AM, Blogger Klopzi said...

It depends on the guy doing the pushing.

If he's been throwing his weight around and stealing blinds, then call (especially if he's been stealing your blinds and knows you're easy pickings).

If he's been tight, then fold.

 
At 7:54 PM, Blogger telaat said...

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