$600 NLHE tournament at Sandia Casino. Day 1-A. We are down from 102 people to about 35. Each level has 40 minutes. We are in Level 11. The day will end at the end of level 12. We aren't yet close to the bubble.
The blinds are 1,000/2,000. The ante is 200. There are 8 people at the table, so there is an initial 4,600 in the pot.
Villain1 is UTG. He is a loose-aggressive player with 100,000 chips. He raises to 5,000. Villain2 is a loose-passive player with 13,000 chips. He goes all-in. I put his range as about 22+, AT+. I have a tight-aggressive image, and most people are folding to me when I raise. I am in late position with 55,000 chips. I look down at TT. I am confident that unless Villain1 has a premium hand, he will fold when I shove. The question is, is it worth shoving with no fold equity but with about 59% realized equity against Villain2?
My price is about 37%, and my equity is about 59%, so just in terms of EV, it makes sense to shove. In a cash game, I would certainly take this edge, but I'm not sure in tournaments. Do we take every equity edge we can in tournaments, or do we wait for safe spots in which we have a lot of fold equity?