AQs with 28BBs after limpers

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    • #27117

      Hi ,
      What is the optimal line to take here??
      Shoving pre with 28BBs is ok considering the number of limpers? If I had to raise , how much should I make it?

      Poker Stars $2.50+$0.25 No Limit Hold’em Tournament – t50/t100 Blinds – 9 players – View hand 2255782
      DeucesCracked Poker Videos Hand History Converter

      BTN: t4200 42 BBs
      SB: t5950 59.50 BBs
      Hero (BB): t2815 28.15 BBs
      UTG: t9310 93.10 BBs
      UTG+1: t6167 61.67 BBs
      UTG+2: t1954 19.54 BBs
      MP1: t3000 30 BBs
      MP2: t7585 75.85 BBs
      CO: t2425 24.25 BBs

      Pre Flop: (t150) Hero is BB with Q A
      , UTG+1 calls t100, UTG+2 calls t100, , MP2 calls t100, , BTN calls t100, SB calls t50, Hero ??

    • #36599

      bump

    • #36686

      go 760, pot wud be around 2200ish with 2200 left in ur stack, which is psb on flop, u r first to act and can shove bad flops and bet small and call good flops incase u get flatted pre

    • #36704

      go 760, pot wud be around 2200ish with 2200 left in ur stack, which is psb on flop, u r first to act and can shove bad flops and bet small and call good flops incase u get flatted pre

      +1000, the best way to go, but I’d make it 1000 or 1200 instead indicating I am committed…..

    • #27118

      with AQ we shudnt be too worried about looking committed (AK wont fold anyways, altho I can understand trying to fold out small pairs) but we want hands like KQ AJ AT KJ KTss to peel. Hell even if they peel some pairs they fold them a lot on flops, for example flop comes J 9 2 we shove for psb (pot size bet), its tough for them to call with 88 77 etc, so we wudnt mind them calling. Our flop play is pretty much decided and shud look to induce instead of looking committed, considering how strong we are.

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