Originally Posted by blueskies
I had a hand where it was a 3 way limp pot. I had K9 of hearts on SB.
The flop's QJ6 with 2 hearts. I check, BB checks, and BTN puts in a weak bet. I made it 3x his raise, but then BB puts in 3x my raise. BTN folds.
I have about $2.50 left here, his bet is $1.20 or so, and the pot is about $1.80. I have zero fold equity here.
I didn't wanna just call. I thought about folding but I ended up shoving. He had J5 of hearts.
With no fold equity, is it better to fold there? The check raise suggests a lot of strength. As it turned out he had about as weak a hand as I could have hoped, but now that I think about it, it feels like a bad shove.
2nd pair and 3rd nut flush draw about as weak as a holding as you could of imagined? I've seen much, much worse spaz raises in this postion and I certainly don't ever imagine this being as weak as a holding i could of imagined him having?
I'm definetly getting my chips in here if I'm villian everytime and even if behind, it woulden't be by much.
I'm sure there are much worse hands he could of connected with the board here with.
He's most likely ahead of you most times here.
As played though, I don't think shoving is bad here, I think I'd of shoved myself with an over and 2nd nut flush.