Just curious on people's take on what they think this means. Good question for someone like Bart who has played more years than me live poker. I think we were like 6 or 7 handed and I was in middle position in a 1-2 game with pocket 7s. Maybe a questionable raise considering I only had like 70 bucks in front of me but I raised to 10. 3 callers and the UTG +1 guy who has about $400 who limped reraised ALL IN. My initial thought was this guy was tight, I've seen him played a few times before and all I knew was he was tight but hadn't played with him much so I put him on the standard limp reraise with AA or KK from early position. But than I got to thinking afterwards (I folded). I'm thinking he probably saw the $50 in dead money out there and just wanted to isolate vs me with his low pocket pr putting me on 2 high cards and assumed since I was short I would call and we'd race - or maybe I'd fold. He could also have AK I guess but felt that less likely but possible. In hindsite I should've called. What do you guys think? It seems like he would've limp reraised w AA- not limp SHOVED. Doesn't make sense- Of course 1-2 don't make sense all the time it seems..