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You had QQ here, a pot of 3500 + would really help your stack so when he raised it up to 3500, I think you should have gone all-in.

I actually think it was a good play seeing the flop first...I don't like moving in with QQ in a tourney. Never enough of a favorite for me to bother doing pre-flop.

That said, I think the all in should have been after he bet $2K into the ragged flop. Puts tons of pressure on him.

Then again, he had no business coming over top of you like he did in a situation where you obviously couldn't fold. Virtually no way he's best, and not that many outs if he's not. Oh well, anyone can suck out. But I like moving in over his flop bet.

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