$20 NLHE 6-max: shove all in turn on 3b pot co vs sb or flat?
This is my first post on this forum
I just had this situation, and I wondered what u guys think. Is my turnshove standart or would a call and then decide on river make more sense?
Hand: NL20 (
Btn open AQo, sb 3bets, bb folds I flat.
Flop QT2 2tone, cbet / call
turn 4 with backdoor flushdraw
villain cbets giving him 12 behind for a total pot of 40
Should I shove here thinking I could shove a bd flushdraw so he may peel with KQ for example? Thinking afterwards he gets pot odds
of 29% so he won't call his draws on the shove. So maybe better to just call and if flop bricks call it off, if draws hit fold?