I'm new to HUSNGs, but not to poker. Playing $3.50 Turbo HUSNGs on Stars trying to understand the game.
So, i just finished playing vs a LAG, I wasn't sure what strategy to take.
Around 25 - 28 bbs, my LAG villain would start to 3-bet shove very lite ( 79s+, 22+, A2o+) and would min open and then either call a 3bet shove, or 4bet shove himself very lite ( ie A2o+, 22+, 67s+, JTo+, etc) Basically, he was tilted and willing to gamble pretty lite. we played about 10 SNGs, and he kept playing this way.
So, at 22bbs, he opens, I have A6o. Should i jam? I probably have 0-15% Fold Equity. Nash says I can jam, Nash says I can call vs his jam. Vs a super wide range, i'm only 48%, but getting an overlay due to the blinds and his open. BUT... if i just play post-flop, it might lead to a much more EV spot ( villain was not amazing post-flop - bluffed once alot then played honest on the river). Also, I might find a much better pf spot a few hands later.
Basically, should i always be looking to jam here and take a small +EV spot, or do we have enough blinds for me to try to exploit his pf tendencies in future hands? I assume that with more FE, its normally a jam.
if calling is better at 22bbs, at what number of bbs would you ALWAYS shove, even vs bad opponents?