Originally Posted by Seneku
The preflop was what was horrible imo. Limp/calling oop with a drawhand while you're shortstacking is just awfull. After the flop you'd need an angry mob to get me off the hand. Its a shame he's betting pot, so you're not getting any fold equity except by bluffs, but that's alright, since you're about 46-48% against AQ/KK/AA. He could have had an underpair/AK, I think you should reshove on the flop, giving you maybe just a little bit of fold equity and the money is going in no matter what, but never lay this hand down on the flop.
Not much fold equity after checking since it's 5.25 to call and only 7.65 available to raise, and not much stack for implied odds. I can see shoving rather than the first check because he has more fold equity,
but, hmm, mind you,
at that point he's got a pot of 10.50 with 5.25 to call, and if he shoves the 46% applies since he'll get to see two cards and then it's the ~13 shove to win 10.50 (existing pot after bet) + 7.65 (villian's call) = 18.15 so better than the 12 outs by 2 cards.
Interesting. I'm not used to playing short stack ring so I've never tried calculating how you can get priced into a shove this way.