$200 NLHE Full Ring: live game, fold AKoff, nitty or not?
So I was playing in a live game at my local casino last night and this hand came up. The table has blinds of $1/$1 with a max buyin of $40, so it is a short stacked buyin table. Anyways, there were a few regs at my table but other than that I witnessed some extremely fishy play. I had $80 behind me, and I was dealt AcKs in the bb. The action went one caller in UTG+1 then one raise to $6 in MP then a re-raise to about $20 from the BTN. I thought for a while and made a really nitty fold of AK because I didn't think it would hold up in a 4way pot, and these players were very loose and would rarely fold pre flop. Just wanted some opinions on what the correct play in this spot would've been. A shove? For some info on the people involved in the hand, the player that originally raised was a good player, tight aggressive, not playing too many hands. The guy who 3bet had to rebuy several times while I was there, he was way too aggressive and paid me off a few times with a weaker kicker. And the guy who limped I had little reads on because he had recently joined the table. I folded because our stacks were so small that I didn't think I would get the guy that 3bet to fold because he already invested half his stack, and the original raiser was a good player that I didn't think would be raising with garbage, so I figured if I shoved against two opponents, at best it would be a coin-flip, which I didn't really want to do because I could outplay them in other hands that weren't just a tossup. Opinions?