I was four-tabling at the time...overall for the session I was 16.5/9.9/4.1 with 3-bet % at 4% over 413 hands.
As I said, I was experimenting. Chuck and Belgo, you are obviously two of the smartest guys on here and yet you have such vastly different ideas on how to play shortstacked, could both of you please elaborate?
I've been looking into this because I'm really a tourney donk and not skilled playing deep.
I like the idea because:
1. Postflop decisions are a lot easier.
2. You can stack off lighter and get called FAR lighter. Eg: Twice in this session I three-bet QQ oop, got called and shoved king-high flops (slightly more than PSB) and got called by bigstacks holding AQ (gutshot) and 77. Obviously a sample of 2 hands means nothing and this is high-variance, but these were hands that would have been difficult to play or extract value from if I were deeper.
3. Easier to deny odds
4. Everyone automatically assumes you're a fish if you buy in short.