I don't, since I don't have the power to make someone give up a middle hand, I hope to come a hand of real value, I've been able to come back a few times doing it, just don't give up.
The Brazilian who won the 12th edition of the Sunday Million Anniversary, got 2 bbs one time and did not give up and see what happened.
6th March 2018, 3:17 PM
Poker at: ACR
Game: HORSE is fun
Playing minimal stacks (10BB or less)
Whenever I have a stack of 10BB or less, I do look to get it all in, but not with just any hand. I wait for a hand that would be semi-playable, such as 9Ts or KJo. You can't wait forever, especially if ante's are involved, but you do need to make a statement to the table that you still have fight left in you.
A second strategy is determining to go all-in preflop, but then dividing your stack among all the streets, such as 3BB preflop, 2BB flop, 2BB turn, 3BB river for 10BB total regardless of what cards come. If you're playing against a good player, this is meaningless, but if you're lucky enough to get a mediocre player or even a tight player with a mediocre hand you can actually scare them off the pot with bets like this.
6th March 2018, 3:22 PM
Online Poker at: Pokerstars
You dont need to go all in with any hand. If you are one of the blinds or on the button you should go all in but only with ace or king. I made that mistake when i got all in with 22 on sunday million and a lot players got in and i lost. Go when there are fewer players in the hand and when you have at least decent cards.
6th March 2018, 4:28 PM
Poker at: Pokerstars
Game: Holdem nl
re: Poker & Big blinds
If there is no suitable hand, 4 bb still are even a lot of))
6th March 2018, 5:36 PM
Online Poker at: ACR
I think the objective is to not let yourself get to 4BBs by making a move before you get to that point. If I don't get a hand by the time I am UTG with 10BB or less, I will shove ATC. I guess it can be situational as well though, so I can't say I do that 100% of the time.