Ok, I was playing a $5, 9-person SnG on FT yesterday. It was down to 4 and I was rotating between 2nd and 3rd b/c of the blinds. The big stack was raising all-in just about every time. I had let go many hands during this, AT, Ax sooted, KJ and what not. Not extremely great hands but pretty good with 4 people. I was wanting to make the money since my game has been suffering lately so I wasn't going to make a mistake and go against the big stack. It comes down to me and him in the blinds at that time, and he raises all-in. Something like 9,500 to my 2,800 or so. I have KJs and think about it. We had been down to 4 for about 25 minutes and I was getting impatient. I knew the small stack wouldn't play unless they had a high pocket pair and it didn't look like they were going to make a move anytime soon. So I made my stand. I called. He showed KQos. I caught a J and two spades on the flop and actually hit trips on the river. Was this bad? They got pissed and wouldn't stop talking about how bad a play it was. I just told him next time I would sit back watch him go all in over and over. I actually starting thinking to myself if this was a horrible call or not. Until I saw him call an all-in (about half his stack at that point) with 96os. He hit the gut shot and ended up placing second to me (which he wasn't happy with). In the end, am I a donkey for that play? I know one play does not a donkey make, but just wondering.