Originally Posted by dcor
Your shove might be marginal but his call was definately worse. Only reason I say marginal is that there isn't a huuuuge difference in stacks between you guys and you still had 15bb's with an m of around 10. Yes, you are shooting for first at this point, and yes, you do it by shoving. But even if he has 87 or A6, you arent that huuuge of a favorite or dog. I think you really can't do anything much different here besides be patient and let him dig his own grave. I am no sng wizard though.
Even if he has 87 or A6..... your thinking is flawed here imo... because depending upon he 'SIZE' of villain's raise he may or may not be pot committed by being priced in to call. If villain's raise is big enough, he will be priced in to make the call here.... so we can only win one way when we shove (we have no fold equity)... we need to have the best hand.
I'd like to give an answer but without knowing the size of the raise I can't.
Generally speaking though.... I would probably shove here in your spot (but of course that also depends... on my own table image for example). Depending upon the size of villain's raise it could've been bad call or standard call. Assuming he raised to 600.. and you haven't been re-shoving back at him, his call is real wide for sure (BUT... our mistake is not realizing this already prior to making the shove... this is something that we must take into account when re-steal-shoving on an aggress CL who's been raising often).