Originally Posted by Poker Orifice
He has all kinds of 'equity' to lose. He's in a freeroll that has ~1,700 entrants, he's very close to cashing for $109. How do you figure that is 'nothing to lose'?
Also, he already is 'far in thoes things'... he's on the verge of taking down a $109 ticket.
I also don't think shoving AK over one limper would be considered 'loose aggressive' (or 'lose' aggressive.. perhaps ).
If this was a tournament it is a shove 100% of the time. In a satellite, maybe not... 'it depends'.
thanks for the comment, very innovation, learns a lot!
the key point, if I understand correctly, is that:
I would pass this fairly range to trade the risk of being knocked out! and stay in the game,
not fold everyhand, but I could find other better chance like using my stack to bully other shortstack for survival, while avoid to directly against luckybox big stack.
and because it is a ticket game, no difference in payout structure, so it is not worth to risk that much, if weigh the loss [4 hours of effect to potential gain a ticket] and gain [potential to all in others]