re: Poker & $10 NLHE 6-max: Best option on the flop?
It's definately a push/fold situation.
Villain has TT+, AK. Shoving all in should fold out all hands except aces and kings and since you an ace and king in your hand there's less chance villain is holding the 2 hands we're scared of.
Problem is the pot odds
being offered to the villain. It's $8.45 into $16.30 which is 2-1 and although you have played the hand like it's the nuts it doesn't guarantee queens fold which is probably the decider with regards to range:fold equity.
There's 6 hands in villains range
TT, JJ probably fold like 80% of the time
QQ probably folds 25% of the time
KK-AA snap it 100%
AK folds 100%
KK-AA are the least likely since you hold 1 of each and the villains line is identical with any of the 6 hands in the range imo but we'll say villain shows up with these 25% of the time.
QQ - 30% of the time
TT-JJ - 35% of the time
AK - 10% of the time
KK-AA = 8.826% equity 100% of the time
QQ = 25.896% equity 75% of the time
TT-JJ = 25.896% equity 20% of the time
AK = 100% equity 100% of the time
Current pot = $5.95
Final pot = $24.30
Investment = $9.95
KK-AA = 24.3*.08826 = $2.14-$9.95 = -$7.81
QQ = ((24.3*.25896)*.75)+(5.95*.25) = $6.21-$9.95 = -$3.74
TT-JJ = ((24.3*.25896)*.2)+(5.95*.8) = $6.02-$9.95 = -$3.93
AK = 5.95*1 = +$5.95
Without even factoring in these results to the range %'s you can see how badly the shove fares.
Fold the ace high bro