When to take the risk and go ALL IN...???
I was wondering when you all feel the need to go all in, especially post-flop. I feel that sometimes I go all in when a simple raise would get more chips into the pot or scare people away that I don't want in the hand.
for example, two days ago I was playing a freeroll (yes, I know that a lot of people will tell me freerolls
play differently, which I understand they do, but thats mainly what I play so i guess this is more of a freeroll strategy thing anyways...) and had QsQc. I doubled the bb pre-flop and had one caller who had just joined my table and I had 0 info on.
flop came 6s 8h Qd
As I saw I hit my set, I sat on my hand, checked over to the other player who raised me 1/3 of my chips (about 1/10 of his). As he was a big stack, I figured him for A 10 or something similar, hoping he figured that even if I paired my Q he still had outs. I re-raised all in, was immediatly called, and was facing down a doublw barreled gun loaded with bullets... After runner runner Ace, I was dejected and out of the tournement.
Did I make the right move? should I have checked to 4th street? Any All-in related advice will be appreciated!!