This is a discussion on $2 NLHE Full Ring: flopped 2 pair multi-way vs broken stacks within the online poker forums, in the Cash Game Hand Analysis section; Today, 11:26
UTG+1 seemed fishy. When MP goes all in on the flop for 0.65 cents I believe his range is two pairs and
UTG+1 seemed fishy. When MP goes all in on the flop for 0.65 cents I believe his range is two pairs and combo draws, I don't put many KK,QQ,JJ in his range because of his limp/call actions pre, Should this be a shove over the top or do I want the other villain to stay in the hand ? turn comes a brick and it goes x/x, on the river villain shoves 34cents into a pot of 2.47, I can never fold here but should I have put him all in on the flop or turn? I did not know he was going to call flop but on the turn I had the opportunity although I don't know if I had any fold equity on the turn because of the Pot in relation to what he had behind.
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re: Poker & $2 NLHE Full Ring: flopped 2 pair multi-way vs broken stacks
A good rule of thumb is to just always shove if the stack to pot ratio is so small that you have to call a shove anyway. That way you benefit from maximum fold equity from your stack and you force the opponent to make a harder decision. Note that your decision doesn't change since all the money is going in all the time.