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October 10th, , AM. I know. I have folded before thinking the player that re raised has the nuts. October 10th, , PM. Join Date: Feb It's simply isolation. Of course this gave me top two pair. They got some pretty nasty chatter from others because the 3 bet got better hands to fold, and the short stack would have been out. I've played A-K and had the same card that the other guy a straight draw on the turn give me the nut straight. I would have done as well. If it's a tournament and they're looking to knock out the short stack, typically they've got pretty close to 'the nuts' and are just looking for isolation. I would if I could have faith in other players to do the same. In addition, any call or raise your beta improves the odds for the other opponents, so rates should be higher. Now the short stack is doubled up. Its too get the 3rd player to fold and that gives them a better chance to win HU. Remember Me? Join Date: Aug Stupid play i agree,but if hi have 2 over card hi probably think that hi have more chance to win against one opponent. If player who put all-in Stack 30k chips. Sometimes, it's done to pick up dead money.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} October 15th, , PM. By reshoving all-in, you get higher fold equity and other players behind you left to act is in decision for majority of their chips. Re Raising after a player is already all in. When the player that reshoves to isolate has a garbage hand that doesn't win. I simply don't trust the other guy to continue to check it down if they should hit a better hand than me somewhere along the way. Hi shove pre flop,or after the flop? It's because I could have bet it when I flopped the best hand, but instead decided that the priority was making sure the all-in player was eliminated, rather than starting a pissing war over a dry side pot. October 11th, , AM. Better odds with two. Where some players feel that it is unnecessary to risk additional chips by betting into a dry side pot, almost all agree that you should never bluff at a dry side pot. All you had to was check it down. Once an all-in has been called by multiple players, many players believe that there is an implied understanding that by checking the hand down, they increase the chances of eliminating the all-in player. They might had in mind to try to get you to fold as well. For example, on a 8 high flop, they might be holding pocket 8s, short stack pushes, the trip 8s guy reraises, and you're holding a flush draw. I hate situations when short shoved, I call and other player also calls.. In my mind there is a difference between trying to isolate a player before their all-in is called by additional players and trying to run players out of the pot once a player has gone all-in and all players have called. For example, if a there were to be a rasie and an all-in 3-bet in front of me, and I felt that I held the best hand, I might re-shove to discourage the original raiser or any additional players from calling, thus isolating the all-in individual. When I lose, my anger isn't because I lost the hand. In the last secenario, you would end up losing your entire stack re-shoving into a dry side pot when you could have seen the rest of the hand play out without risking any more chips than you already had by calling the first all-in. But I've also had people re-shove on me when they river two small pair on me. I've had hands where I've called an all-in with A-Q and a second player called with A I flopped Qs and checked down to the river where an A fell, giving the second caller top pair. I think shipping over the top when you have a strong hand is often the best play. October 20th, , AM. To be honest, I've started to get away from checking it down when a player is all-in lately, because of plays like this. Of course sometimes, the player who reshoves their stack does end up having the best hand. It's potentially gotten too expensive for you to continue, and puts you in a hard situation to play your draws and hit a better hand. Frequently the player holding the best hand ends up folding it, and the all-in player ends up winning and having their tournament life spared. Forgot Password? I've had people tell me, that I was supposed to check it down. Similar Threads for: Re Raising after a player is already all in. October 21st, , AM. Join Date: Dec October 11th, , PM. Jacki Burkhart. What is the purpose ,because I do not know? October 15th, , AM. The flaw in this thinking, in my opinion, is that it often works in favor of the all-in player. They don't want to call and have you make a better hand. Then there are some players that feel it's okay to do whatever it takes to try to take down each and every pot. I also think that the stage of the tournament is a critical piece of information. That's totally right. Then other players get mad because "they would have won". {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Up your game with free cardschat membership. Join Date: Jun It is a strategy play, and also depends a bit on the type of game you're playing tourny, cash. While some players employ this thinkig from the beginning of a tournament, others only start to utilize this strategy as the bubble approaches or once the money has been reached. Join Date: Mar I guess they probably would of went all in anyways or they just don't care. They obviosly think their hand is better than the all in. Even if someone were to shove on the flop, with no one having gone all-in prior, I would probably re-shove to isolate them if I felt that I had the best hand. I have also seen people 3 bet, but with a draw. Ultimately not hitting their hand, the short stack lived on. That's the general gist of it all, but obviously how you play is ultimately up to you GL. But when the other player folds, they don't win a single chip more than they would have had they not risked the remainder of their stack. Join Date: Oct They do it to defend theyre hand from getting beat,nost of the time its a lousy lp,other. So its like prevention from this situations. When you play against several opponents hand protection is very important. Join Date: Nov What makes a player re raise when there is a short stacked player that is already all in. Isolation as others have mentioned, but also I do it from time to time for protection against big stacks behind me who would mind chipping in the amount to take a crack at a 4x pot, but wouldn't go all in behind me if I have a substantial amount over the shortstack all in. I've been holding the best hand. This is often referred to as tournament strategy. What they're trying to do is get you, and anyone else, out of the hand that might have outs and potentially could hit a better hand. When a K hit on the river, they shoved their K high straight right into my broadway straight. Then there is the possibility of shoving into a player that might have flopped an absolute monster hand, but be willing to check it down based on the principal that if you're a "check it down" player, then you always check it down the same way, whether there is a slight possibility that you have the best hand or no doubt that you have the absolute immortal nutz. In the early and middle stages of a tournament, I am focused on building chip stack and not concerned with knocking someone out of the tournament so my play will be different than close to the bubble. This is a discussion on Re Raising after a player is already all in. That's strategy. Join Date: Sep I think that you are referencing post flop play - and not preflop. Each of the opponents has outs to gain. I dont do it very often, but when I do its because I have playable hand and think I am better than shortstack. Blinds 2,5k;5k , next player stack k calls, and third re-raises to k stack k. Standard iso play. Henry Minute. Join Date: Jan I dont think so its completely stupid to reshove.