Originally Posted by MJ12345
I think there is merit to just flatting if I decide that I'm prob ahead and want to go with the hand. For example, V almost never has a draw here since the only draw is QT and we have 2 blockers. Therefore, isn't this a classic WA/WB situation? If we are WA, then why 3b jam flop and give him a chance to fold worse. If we are way behind, same result as jamming flop... he stacks on the turn. BUT if we are way ahead, we give him a chance to bluff turn by flatting flop or make him commited if he has more of a marginal hand and bets the turn.
What do you think?
If he folds to a shove, he probably isn't putting any money in on the turn.
Plus, what happens if an A, K, J hits the turn? What if he checks behind?
With villain having 50% of his stack already in, I'm pushing.