Originally Posted by Alandalf
In this situation you should be shoving or folding when the bubble factor is this high. You should've just shoved over the top instead of raising as his calling/3-bet shoving range will be the same. If you had shoved with the AA it would've been incorrect for the SB to call with KK so you might have avoided the situation.
Sorry for not going into the maths but I'm too tired.
Absolutely not true.
Neither player at this stage has a "lock" on a seat, they can all be considered more or less even for the purpose of needing chips to guarantee a seat.
Given the escalating nature of the blinds, you can't throw away KK in this spot, and being just 4 handed, 3bet shove ranges are going to be 22-AA, AT-AK, KQ (and this doesn't even take into account blind defenses and 3bet steals)
no way KK is a correct fold here. The ONLY way KK is a fold in this spot is if AA is a fold in this spot and the only way that would be the case is if stacks were
Sure, you have something ridiculous like this then absolutely AA and KK are a fold against each other. But given the stack sizes OP listed, all the money is going in and there is nothing you can do about it