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That leads to a tournament hand where the button squeezes with way less than TT, but think it thru...consider 5 limpers and you.
EP both will decide that you have something more real than they do, AND there are several more to act, and they will fold, leaving 3 +you, then
MP and button both came along, and probably SB too, just because the pot odds
looked good. You have shown that you have something serious, and they all fold, and you win all those limps.
All 5 of those limpers probably had broadway cards, or SC's, all of which might validate a fishing expedition (in their minds), but in the face of a storm (your shove) they decide to put away their poles.
Granted that the tourney hand shown shows the added issues of tourney thinking, but the concepts in cash ring games for a single hand, should hold.