Ok. If you re-read your other thread on this, you'll notice everyone is talking about "Hands you'd normally raise with
, shove instead when <10 BB"
So assume you're playing the hand like you're +20BB, but you only have 7BB. So you open with 3 BBs and you get a caller behind. Flop comes out and you miss. Now what? You only have 4BB left and the pot is 6BB....looks like we should have pushed pf and made our caller decide if his hand is worth 7BB pf instead of deciding if it's worth 4 more
seeing the flop....so the would be caller looks down at KQos, his stack, the pending bubble and decides: "meh...shoving from ep...must have something...I'll pick my battle...no need to double him up and risk my chips here"...the blinds follow suit. You're now at 9.5BB+a table full on antes...you've just bought one complete cycle of cards before your back to your starting 7BBs...
Now look what you wrote in this thread:
Originally Posted by ramdeebam
yet I'm becoming more and more out of the money and finishing within touching distance yet shoving my healthy stack on a some what marginal hand.
So you'd raise
with this on a some what marginal hand
if you were chip leader from the position you're in? If the answer is an easy "no", then the right move here is fold and wait for the one to push with.