Hello Fongie,

When playing on NL50, I recommend playing with a HUD + posting your hand with the necessary stats from HEM/PT/Elephant to get an even more accurate view on the situation.

Advanced SSS is based on calculations

**AND** the type of Opponent in the sense of % VPIP/PFR and stuff you are facing. Only 3bet stats isnt enough

So I have reread your post twice and I will make a calculation for myself first and then compare it with yours in the conclusion

Assume getting Reraised all-in

($7.75+$2.5+$0.75)x0.95(rake) :: $5.25
11x0.95 : 5.25

10.45:5.25

1.99:1

=

33%~ you need to have in order to be Break-Even

with AQs, against a 3% JJ+,AK+ range you have 32.1% Equity = -EV

against a 4.7% TT+,AQ+ you have 37.8% equity = +EV

His 3bet range is around 3.5% so a tight 3% is realistic so I fold here

Pot odds = to call : final pot size

= 5.25 : (7.75+7.75+0.50+0.75) = 5.25 : 16.75 =~ 0.31 = 31%

It is infact, the Virtual Pot against your remaining stack, you added your remaining stack twice but that isn't in the pot yet!

Looking back at my calculation highlighted in blue, the $7.75 is the amount your opponent can lose or win. The $2.5 is your openraise which is in the pot, $0.75 are the blinds. Multiplier of 0.95 is the rake percentage of 5% and is sometimes very significant when you play <NL200

Conclusion: I fold here in this spot because based on my calculations, you will lose 2 stacks in the long run. Ofcourse with basic SSS, this is an easy push but do not raise AQs from Early Position then

I hope this enlightens you a bit,

Gerv