I tend to play small ball & perhaps ck pre and see how Villan plays post flop. Your hand is disguised here if A or Q hits, villan will usually bet flop is ck. If rags 257 hits, it misses villan's limp range of JT, KJ,KQ, Axs, 9T & if villan limped with smal PP, he will bet & you can get away from the hand. And if you miss, you have little invested and move on to pick better spots. I would ck flop see what he does & evaluate.
But with the action as it, doesn't seem like villan will fold if you jam here. You have str8 draw and maybe an A. If getting ITM is important to you maybe Ck fold depending on his bet size. You will have enough chip to play several rounds and be in a position to double up. This flop hits more of this calling range than you R range. If you shove what do you expect to fold out? AT? AJ?
Sept. 17, 2018 | 5:16 a.m.
$1100 buy about 3 table left and 2 levels away from bagging for day 2.
Me: 117k (60bb)
Loose passive button opens to 22,500 pre. He's been involved in several hands and like play lots of flops. He just won 2 hand previously with Axo and KTo. He has 140K & doesn't like to fold.
I pick up JJ in SB.
At the time, I thought about folding since we are close to bagging for day 2 and making ITM but I wanted to be in position to FT. I only thought about shoving or folding. Merits to flatting and playing post flop?