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How to play near the cut off point  0   
I'm playing in a freeroll tournament. There are 70 players left and i'm around 55 and the cut off is 45. I'm on the buttom and the blinds are 2500/5000.One player in the early position limp in and everybody folded so i decided to go all-in. The small blind called and the other two folded. The guy had 350k and his cards was AK off. I had 85k and AQ suited.The flop was T98 7 9. I lost. Should I have play it out or did i do the right thing. Can i get some feedback.

     
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This was just a setup. You had no choice to play the hand any different, as your stack was to low to just make a raise and give up later in the hand.

     
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Posted by shokaku:
This was just a setup. You had no choice to play the hand any different, as your stack was to low to just make a raise and give up later in the hand.

Bad luck, imho you played well. I don't know if you in the money or near. If bubble hadn't exploded maybe you would be tighter but ... anyway ... played well.

     
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never make moves against a big stack unless you have a hand,
plus i would be a bit curious of the flat call,
l so i wouldnt of pushed, if there was only the small and big blinds left and no flat caller i might of push just to steal the blinds with that hand........

     
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