KTo in BB, short-stacked deep in MTT
Here is a situation that came up in a freeroll MTT I played earlier today, in which I ended up placing 50th in a field of 1204 (I busted out about 7 hands after this one).
Blinds 750/1500. Ante 150. My chipstack has dwindled down to a measly 2230, less than 2 BB's.
UTG, UTG+1 fold.
Next player raises to 3000 with
The next two players fold.
The cutoff goes all-in for his remaining 5230, holding
Button, SB fold. I also fold from the BB, holding
So my question is, should I have just rolled the dice here with what I had, given how short-stacked I was at that point? Normally I'd fold this hand for sure in this spot behind a raise and re-raise, but I mean at this point in the tournament is this a gamble I should have taken? I ended up busting out 7 hands later anyway.
I think I know the answer to this question - yes, of course I should have gone all-in - but I guess I'd also be interested in some opinions on playing this hand if I had, say, 8-10 BB's left or something like that instead. Still short-stacked, but not on the cusp of being blinded away like I was here.
Also, in case you're wondering:
The flop came
Not really relevant to my question but yeah, in hindsight I kinda wish I just shoved