$400 NLHE Full Ring: Nut flush draw vs short stack
Hi guys I recently played an interesting hand at a 2/5 NL table and would like some feedback on the way I approached this hand.
Villain just sat down at the table therefore I have no info on him other than he is possibly in his late 20s, he is drinking beer, and bought in short stack which means he is most likely not a good player. Villain opens in MP for $20 after 2 EP limpers. Hero calls on the BTN holding A♠ Q♣ SB folds, BB and the 2 EP limpers call as well.
The flop comes: J♠ 4♠ 9♠ $82 in pot
It gets checked around to Villain who bets $50. Now my question here is given the effective stacks would you just shove with 2 overs and the nut flush draw or call and play the turn?
Thanks for the feedback guys!