Originally Posted by LD1977
Sure, so where is the cutoff where this call becomes bad?
It only becomes bad if you know this guy is never shoving this flop with less than a set or the made flush. If he's shoving pairs and lower flush draws as well, you're pretty much even money (or better) here.
So, the question becomes, at what stack size do I believe he stops shoving hands like
? I think there are a lot of
-x hands that shove here. A lot of Q-Xc hands obviously shove. There are a lot of hands that aren't going to worry about playing for stacks. Basically, my cut-off would be stacks 4-times the pot. So, here I would fold if he was willing to put in $2.81 or more. It's kind of an arbitrary point (not completely, that's a pot-sized-bet followed by a pot-sized-raise ... any hand willing to go higher than that would have to be near the top of the range). At that point, I have to assume it's almost always a made-flush and maybe top or middle set.
Since he started with less than $3.00, I would never be folding to him with this hand, on this flop.