QQ versus a player that goes all in every time when they are UTG, if that's all the information provided you should call.
Usually yes, I agree. QQ is a premium "big pair" that is too valuable to be routinely folding here. Granted, an UTG raising range should be tighter (I am not thrilled with calling an UTG raise from a much tighter player, but still might with QQ), but you mentioned that this was a LAG opponent and so they are going to have weaker holdings (on average) even if UTG. The fact that they are a LAG opponent gives more incentive to call this off with QQ.
Lots of other information is helpful - the more details then the better informed decision, but as noted here; I'd call this with QQ if we had no other information to go on.
Obviously, I would hate to see us against AA, KK or even AK we are in a coin flip situation, but we also are ahead of lots of hands when we have QQ. We dominate lower pairs like 99 and are decent even against hands like AJs. Our QQ is also ahead of more if they are a LAG willing to play more hands that we are ahead of
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Yes, as it is, the clear point here is that the villain moved all in on BTN (stealing blinds), moved all in on SB (stealing blinds and raising open), moved all in on BB (stealing SB's call) and then in the hand that I posted, it also moved there at UTG.
Does a player who goes all-in on all hands call with a pair of Q's out of position?
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