re: Poker & $10 NLHE Full Ring: When (should I?) have shoved it in here?
personally id put him on a set of tens or pair of aces or AK here.
HIs 3-bet would usually indicate a high ace or pocket pair.
His CR would usually be a set, 2 pair or a strong flush draw.
As we hold the AKs he cant have a strong flush draw. As there is no ace on the board, he is unlikely to have 2 pair, which really leaves pocket pairs in his 3-bet range. TT is a likely candidate.
AK again could easily play out like this.
AA again fit the preflop action.
KQs is another candidate that fits the preflop action.
Anything else is esentially a bluff. He could have something like JQs but that really means he was 3-bet bluffing
So on the flop you have 57% equity, I think he would reraise with 100% of this range. So at that point you should shove calling the flop is kind of silly because you have so little left behind that you have to keep calling down