If you play JJ, QQ, 10,10 like this, your playing them wrong.
I'm a live cash game player and have a little venting to do. It might help some of you, and people are welcome to disagree.
I see lots of tournament regulars make the same play with Queens, Jacks and Tens in a cash game. Well be sitting 2/5 or 5/10 and a player that regularly makes it 3 or 4x to go will suddenly push 10x+ or all in pre-flop. Its a tell tale sign of a poor player, playing one of these three hands.
Its a terrible play because of the possible outcomes after going all in, or being re-raised. A super strong push like this is inviting Kings or Aces to call or re-raise all in, and puts the player with the QQ, JJ, or 1010 in a terrible spot. Nothing else is going to call you. The times you pick up the 15 or 7 dollars worth of blinds will not make up for the times you are called and get felted.
Don't be scared of these hands, they are quality hands, but you don't want to be asking for a better hand to call you. Going all in, or making huge raises is only putting your chip stack in danger in cash games. Its a bad play, and not worth it.