Raiser was a new player, so i had no stats. Sb was also new, but i just saw him call a raise with JT OOP, then check raise all in vs a short stack on a A K 8 flop, so i am assuming he's pretty aggressive.
The reraise is standard right? After i reraise i have to c-bet i think. Should i have bet more? If i bet $13 here i can't really fold right?
Reraise is nonstandard/pathetic. Make it $7 to go here. Your c-bet is too small to take it away from two players and I don't like a c-bet here into a shorty and a LAG. As for the flop raise, this is an insta-fold. Getting all-in once with a big combo draw doesn't make SB a maniac.
Given the shortstack and SB's relative position I don't like a c-bet here. Shortstack is shoving with anything reasonable decent probably and SB has a perfect check raise opportunity if he has a good hand since he will trap any dead money the shortstack contributes.
Quote: I never said he was a maniac. He had played 10 hands. That's the only one i saw. Would you prefer no reads on the guy?
No. But the hand you gave was very ordinary, and the only reason to consider getting all-in against SB when he check-raises half his stack is because you think he's a maniac who does this a ton with no pair.
Also ok fine, i reraise 7 times his raise preflop.
Idk, but it seems like you're trying to imply that this is ridiculous. Reraising to $7 is 4x + $1 for every caller + an extra $1 for limper/being OOP. Maybe I'm wrong but I think this is pretty normal.
Say they both call. I'm check/folding then? If i made it $7, then isn't check/folding to a short stack all in when i'm getting nearly 2-1 horrible?
Reraising to $7 changes the dynamic of the hand entirely. It's much less likely that both will call in the first place.