Originally Posted by wantCLEANmoney
so when the same "dead money" thats in the middle presents itself and you look down at K3o, u rippin it in?
Even though we're relying primarily on fold equity of course, you still want to have better equity when called. It's possible K3o could be a shove sometimes too, if the assumptions are right and he folds a ridic % of the time, but ultimately AJo just has much better equity than K3o against a range of AJ, 99+.
The other reasons to shove AJ and not K3o are because of blockers, and also to randomize for game theory purposes... if those things don't mean anything to you, then spend some more time playing poker and in the forum, because my guess is your theory game needs a lot of work (no offense) and not only wouldn't it be possible to explain all those in a post, but most people here worth listening to probably wouldn't be bothered trying.
To Weeways: lol I can't get through most of your posts without laughing... you're convinced you're right because of your massive sample size of 20 final tables, remembering that sometimes people have KK, and sometimes you ran into A2 and he spiked a 2? if your posts are a massive level, it's one thing I guess, but save yourself the keystrokes man and spend more time doing actual math or playing online or something.