Joined: Dec '11
Location: Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic of
Age: 46 (M)
if You have pocket just bet 6BB and try not to go all in when on flop is some over cards,in your example i will hit 6BB and 50% of pot after flop no mater what cards are on board.If on board is A and donk go all in i will fold
Joined: Mar '09
Age: 40 (F)
Second video wasnt better either. I played the video couple of times but cant see the sb's move. Whether i called that or not it would be up to the small blind. If it was in definitely fold for me, if not i would take the time to think (odds in favour of calling since blinds were at 300)
I don't see that you can fold it with so few chips left is the all in player tighter than usual? If not get a copy of pokerstove and run it through that to see if it is a positive ev play. Looking at the video looks like that player is loose enough to shove extremely wide I would call expecting the good side of a coinflip and to maybe be in a good spot vs k2 a4 etc he's not folding his blind ever by the looks of it so you may as well get it in the middle with a semi decent hand with so few chips left. I will get chips in the middle very light at the end if I am critically short stacked and there is a potential double up on offer as you are coming to the point where you have no fold equity to steal blinds etc theres I would say no much chance of a another decent/semi decent hand now I would take the double up chance while it will still give you a decent stack should you win being shortstack on final tables is neccesarly a risky affair and its no good having aa with 2bb.