Great to see so many comments on my hands. Thanks for the feedback everyone :Smile: I just did some ICM calculations. For hand 1, the equity of my stack is €10,52. If I bust the other guy and increase my stack with his chips, my equity becomes €16,15. So I need to be a 62% favourite to make a call break even, I think besides the premium pairs only premium Ax hands with quite some domination potential have that. KJo only has 49,9% vs a nash 6bb button pushing range, so it's a clear fold. For hand 3, my equity is €12,69 if I fold. If I call and win, it becomes €18,15. So I need to be a 70% favourite to make calling better than folding, ATs doesn't have that equity, no matter how wide he shoves, so again it's a clear fold. I made the wrong decision both times. @psrquack I did some ICM and equity calculations for the shortstack in hand 3 (or at least this is how I think it goes, it's quite complex in this case): If he folds and I bust, his equity rises to over €17,19 (because that's 2nd place payout). If he folds and I double up, his equity drops to €5,32. Even given that I would actually call correctly (which I'm not, lol), I should double up on average 70% and bust 30%. Which means his average equity after folding will be 30%x17,19 + 70%x5,32 = €8,88. In reality, a lot of players in my spot are going to call too loose (like I do), and his equity when folding is going to be a lot higher. If he calls and doubles while I bust, his equity will be €20,29. If he calls and I win the sidepot, his equity will be €15,96. So his average equite when doubling should be 30%x20,29 + 70%x15,96 = €17,26. (If he calls and busts, his equity is €0 ofcourse) So his hand needs to win the 3-way pot at least 8,88 / 17,26 = 51.4% of the time to break even. Only AA has that equity.

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