Originally Posted by Bentheman87
Say you limp in on the button with a Queen 8 suited in a short handed high ante/blind game. The flop comes Jack 10 2, giving you a flush draw, a gutshot straight draw, and one overcard. That's a total of 13 outs that will give me the winning hand for sure, and 3 more possible outs if he has something like Jack 5. Anyway, the pot is about 1000 and you have 3000 in your stack he has about 7000. He goes all in, should you call or fold?
I think you're over valuing your draws, anyway. Your flush draw, while strong, is NOT the nut draw, you have no real idea whether you "overcard" is any good if it does hit, and given the texture of the board, your 4 outer gutshot may not be that solid even if it does hit.
Also, your saying "The flop comes Jack 10 2" doesn't provide nearly enough information. Is you flush draw a gutshot straight flush draw? How would we know, based on what you've provided? You're looking for specific answers to a very generic question based on incomplete information. Your limp on the button leaves you in the dark as to villains holding. He could have a monster, or a deuce, or anything between. Any or all of your possible outs could be golden, or most of them could be worst case if they do hit.