Heads-up with a Huge Chiplead
I'm sure this has been discussed elsewhere on the site, but I can't seem to find it. When playing heads-up, what chiplead-ratio would you need to put your opponent all-in with any two cards?
I've heard figures like 10-1, but surely it depends on the blind level. I'm thinking the higher the blinds, the less of a chiplead you need to make this a profitable end-game. And, obviously, the tightness of your opponent is going to make a big difference, too.
I'm wondering this because I recently found myself with a 10-1 chiplead on the last two people left in a STT. (lucky me) Obviously, I could be even more aggressive with 2nd-place prize money in the balance and these two remaining players so close in chips. I played aggressive, but careful, and the win was easy. Just wondering how others do it when these situations come up.