KJs deep in a micro

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6a6yJIbkO_o

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$1 NLH No Limit Hold'emTournament - t500.00/t1000.00 Blinds + t100.00 - 7 players -

MP: t12332.00 - (27/12/10/0)
Hero (CO): t10214.00 - (18/14/2.8/5.4)
BTN: t10645.00 - (16/2/4/5.9)
SB: t6192.00 - (17/5/2/0)
BB: t11938.00 - (16/6/2/0)
UTG: t5610.00
UTG+1: t10252.00

Pre Flop: (t2200) Hero is CO with KJs

Ok, I'll let you in I folded here then felt kinda dirty afterwards. I did a complete analysis assuming a 20% open for MP and what calling ranges the players are supposed to have to my shove based on their stack, and ICM factors. I will post those results later.

I need your guys help to complete the analysis. Is 20% an accurate assumption for MP player to open? What ranges would you expect each of the remaining players to call with?
 
horizon12

horizon12

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Is it final table ? If not, just shove it.
 
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ShoTyme

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If there's an open already I don't mind the fold. I'm assuming final table here with large jumps in payout. Either fold or shove. Without more information regarding original raiser either could be correct.
 
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Poker247

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Given your stack and if it is final table with money jumps, I would fold and wait for a better spot (especially if you are not the first to open). If you have noticed the players after you are tightening up to let the small stacks go out first, you could shove, but it really would depend on your read of the table.
 
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