Originally Posted by Grossberger
When I read the thread title I thought Tonto could help but I was waaayyyyyyy off my bad.
Tonto could help LMFAO!!! Brings me back...lol
But back to OP
Bel, I have the same problem. The aggressor... I agree with DOT, and I understand your problem with watching your chips be blinded away. But, depending on starting stack, you dont really have a choice - its either shove or fold. If you have a series of bad pockets, which I seem to have much too often in that position...lol, some times the writing is on the wall, and u need to decide while you still have a healthy stack whether or not to push, its a coin toss. Is your BI micro to small? Then the chance is hes just a donk raising anything (and seeing the success) and you may be able to push him out/beat him at showdown if necessary with shoves on marginal hands. Risky, but no action can be more costly than risky action. Is he just getting a run of nuts? Wait him out and hope one of u is moved or accept the situation. I find that most cases of an ATC raiser is he is normally bullying, and eventually u will need to shove or go home. But one shove is often all it takes to cool him off, as far as your play is concerned. If no good hands come, and you get too SS then your in trouble anyway, so myself, I try to shove while I have a stack that deserves respect, and hope 4 the best, of course ideally with a hand that has draw possibilities.