re: Poker & Do you call an all in with a draw?
In the hand given, as played it was pretty bad. But to your more general question of "Do you call an all-in with a draw?," as with nearly all things poker, it depends. There are never any hard yes/no answers to these.
You have to obviously consider the strength of the draw, i.e. a gutshot vs small fd vs nfd, number of cards you hold to the draw (i.e. 2 or 3 on board), single vs combo draws, etc. Plus effective stacks, pot odds
, a made hand like a pair to go with the draw, villain tendencies, tournament/bubble position, etc. all must be considered. In some situations a call could certainly be the right play.
You don't mention blinds but from your 1500 open I'm guessing 250/500 or 300/600? If so, I consider 2.5x-3x is a bit steep at those blinds and your stack. Assuming it is 250/500 then you have 28bb and are also OOP. Without knowing further details that's a pretty hefty stack to commit with a 1p hand and no significant draws. So I have to ask if you're perhaps a bit too married to TPTK hands as it seems you were more than ready to stack off "your tournament life" on the turn, when he could have sets and 2p hands that are crushing you here since he did call two raises already (I count at least 13 combos that have you beat on the flop, and you don't have any strong draws yourself). Again depending on the situation I may very well ship TPTK here, but I'm inclined to believe this may not be one of those situations.
I'd have probably played this a little slower and controlled the pot size a little better so that you weren't so committed by the turn. Suggest dropping your opening size at these levels and betting smaller post-flop unless you know you're getting it in (in which case get it in sooner rather than later with a hand like this as the fold equity contributes to your EV).