Thanks for your answer! You're right of course with the effective stack. The shoving directly sounds interesting, no idea if it's good either :)
Had same thoughts about BB. I'm behind against his calling range and don't see him folding often. Without him, I shove without thinking twice.
Unsure about your last part: As replied to BigFiszh I dont think I win the pot postflop if im not flopping a set since it will be at least 5way and they won't fold lets say JT on a j32 board (and my only options is to shove I guess). Didnt even consider that I have the equity to setmine in this position and thought with this much dead money in the pot its only push or fold here but probably I'm totally wrong here and should have called then.
July 29, 2020 | 3:54 p.m.
Hmm I didn't even consider calling (BU was unknown, but I guess he calls close to 100%). But I thought I only have a push or fold option since if I call my implied odds arent that great (BB may have a very strong range but don't see myself getting it in against the others most of the time)
July 29, 2020 | 3:44 p.m.
Hero: 55bb (just lost a big hand, haven't bought in again. Table dynamic little bit on the lose site for live poker).
UTG+1 straddle 2bb, 2 calls. Hero CO 8c8d calls. BU calls, SB (squeezes often) raises 11bb. BB - (good reg, easy able to take advantage of lose sb 3bet range) , put 25bb in the pot but somehow announced call and they ruled its a call, calls, UTG+1 (medium rec) calls, fold, MP calls. Hero ?
In hindsight I should have raised the limpers but didn't think I had much FEQ at the table and investing around 15% of my stack to play mid pair in multi way pot didn't seem like a good play. Plus I was thinking SB could squeeze and would have shoved against him instantly but with that much action got unsure. I don't use a solver yet, only just started playing again after taking a break of a year or so. Thanks for your help!