- Jan 17, 2021
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When 3 or more players go all in. I wanted to know what you do in this situation. Thank you.
this is also a good argument for folding AA...yup- At the final table when I'm substantially behind in blinds (less than 2 big blinds) and everyone else at the table has very similar, and relatively large stacks. Enough people at the table have to go all in to warrant a fold. For example: final seven, at least four other people would have to be all in or be forced to call all in for me to fold. therefore, I'd be expect to get third place. This is better than having a favorable chance to quintuple (5x) my stack because of the fact that when I lose (I'm assuming about 40 or 50% of the time given the fact it would be a 5 way pot) I place 7th in the tourney. And, when I don't, I'd be placed 3rd or 4th of four players remaining which isn't much better than a near guaranteed forth place.
in an all-in you can have 5 or more with AA I don't run I don't lose everything else I don't run because AA is AA ne is already 80% of the game won or up to 95% kkkkkWhen 3 or more players go all in. I wanted to know what you do in this situation. Thank you.
When 3 players call all in, AA is worse than a coin flip....