Checking it down
I don't know if this should be common sense or if this is part of poker skills but if a short-stack is all-ined and two people call, isn't it best to check it down unless you have a very good hand that you're willing to take their chips as well? I've seen so many of this common mistakes and rookie blunders done by lot of retards who bluff into an empty side pot.
For example, I have about 4500 chips. Another big stack has about 9000 chips. Short-stack only had about 333 chips and blinds were at 300/150. Shortstack went all in. I was big blind and I just had to put 33 chips more to stay in the pot. Same goes for bigstack who was small blind. Flop came up 44J. This retarded bigstack betted into an empty side pot with A7o. I obviously folded because my Q6o is no good. 6 comes up on the river. shortstack had AQo, winning by a kicker. I thought it should be common sense that people should check it down since there's no profit from bluffing
into an empty side pot because purpose is to beat short-stack all-ined player. This was during bubble play too.
I believe this is more of common sense than having poker skills. People who have common sense would know that bluffing into an empty side pot when there's short-stack player who's all-ined is a retarded play. I only bet into an empty side pot if I have strong hand where I'm willing to eliminate my opponent too or I'm sure I have short-stack player dominated and kick my opponent off the pot.