What's the right strategy when everyone is short stacked?

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I'm often afraid to make a regular open due to someone potentially 3-bet jamming on me.
Don't be afraid Andy, :unsure:You've been waiting for this hand for so long! Hold, 10 BB is huge, You have room for some good hands opportunity. :pGo fully with mind and belly, You should double up!:ROFLMAO::cool:
 
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I think I would stay with the same strategy until that moment where I am the chip leader. Why? IF the strategy was good then I continue in this way even if the others have less chips!
 
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Push fold works when stacksize is less than 10BB. Not much to do post flop.
 
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push or fold out of position :D
 
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Always keep in mind which kind of opponents there are in your table...

I had a strategy to shove my best range before... but now I thought and studied to see how I could use this strategy, but sometimes I just do a min raise and I saw that I went better in the MTTs, achieving better ITMs...
 
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I've had a lot of moments when everyone had a small stack. And everyone played all-ins. Almost no one answered. No one wanted to take the risk. Even a 3BB raise is almost like an all-in. There's no point in raising.
 
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The short stack is almost always push-fold. On BU, I can expand the range of the steal a little
 
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