This is great discussion, way to bring it Big_Kodak.
This is what makes learning poker great, you can limp, raise, or shove here and all plays have some serious pros and cons and being able to quickly analyze that choice in a matter of seconds is partly the essence of the game.
I may do any of the three in this spot, seeing that since I have AK it is very very unlikely the AA or KK is in someone elses hand so you know you are at best dominating your opponents or at worst coinflipping with them. ♦ Sometimes I like to limp, which gets you a cheap flop sometimes and you can now outplay your opponent post flop. If you get raised then you make a read given the player but I would usually reraise allin seeing you need to double up plus you often will find your opponent overplaying a hand you have dominated. ♦ A standard raise will often win you the pot right there, which helps cause you add the blinds and antes to your stack buying you some more time. ♦ Shoving is something I like to do here a lot. If you take it down right away you not only gain the chips but you changed your table image which you can now use to your advantage later. Mostly though I love having the looser playing bigger stacks call you with a hand you have dominated.
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