@solidplanbro but in first place I'm not sure if the defense of the blind was a good move here (quite big re-raise)... you floped 66 but still You see only final result but without 6 in hand/or on board you propably fold and he gets some BBs.
If anything, the raise is too small – I prefer 7k or even bigger. The reason is, even fun players understand bubble play to some extent, so they understand, you will raise lots of junk hands, so they are incentivized to limp/call more often. Making the raise too small makes it too easy for your opponent to limp/call, so making it bigger is necessary to get the folds you want. If SB is shorter, shoving all-in gets better but as things stand, I think @solidplanbro played the hand just fine. Obviously, he can’t call the flop shove if he doesn’t flop anything but that doesn’t make the SB all-in reasonable. It’s terrible and way too risky, especially just before the money.
My standard raise from SB limp is 4,0-4,5x I dont think that half blind more would have made any difference. even with reg. Of course GTO would be if SB shoved and I fold, or I would have shoved on his limp (and what I saw he might have called with his hand), but becase of fun player or even reg I made pure steal (with any two) just to fold SB hand. Important note is that it was 3 or 4 players to ITM. I did not want to analyze this hand, just wanted to point out his shove, my holding, and rundown to river a.k.a "Post some sick hands there " But thanks for constructive cirticism
Just amazing how these pro house trolls will say basically anything to turn the attention away from how seriously sickening the game at unibet is. These dudes pinki and diane-a-bot really manage to shove their heads up deep.