I find myself wanting to get mad at myself for playing a hand badly after I misread after slow-playing AA or calling a raise that I thought was a bluff. I try to isolate as much as possible, so I have a comfort level to an extent.
Sometimes, on a table full of donks in the early stages of a freeroll, I'll get 3 to 4 callers all-in, and I frequently lose. Otherwise, I usually end up not getting any callers in mid to late stages of freerolls. That is, if I go all in.
My problem is when I am in the mid stages, and there are three or more all-ins in front of me, and I would have to go all-in to call. It's less than a coin-flip, and I read about trying to avoid coin-flops at opportune times...
So, my question is if I want to stay alive with a mid-sized stack, do I call and go all-in with 3 or more all-ins in front of me? I have AA, but there is probably less than a 50% chance of winning the hand? Do I go with equity and know that I will win more than 25% (say 4 players including myself) of the time? That is still a coin flip?