Originally Posted by letderbefish
things get complicated if the donkey decides to shove his top pair against your over pair, you have to call and it doesn't end up with joy most of the time. for me at least .
yea bad beats are pretty common in freerolls
large field turbo mtts, their is a huge difference in styles based on if its micro stake, low middle etc, standard or turbo/cash.
the advice would be better suited to a non turbo mtt or cash game with solid opponents,
with the donkeys coolering you, and bad loose play, you would be better off setting them up for a stacking, getting them out of position when you have hands etc betting into you.
one thing to remember if you do have the overpair and they have top pair, your making a profit long term with KK/AA but sometimes folding one pair - even aces is warranted
for example 3 ways in a pot straight and flush draw, facing a raise and re-raise on the flop