Hero is relatively new player to the $5-10 game. Everyone else is solid/seasoned/daily or almost daily player.
Hero ($1010) - mid 30's white guy. I'm playing a bit too loose pre-flop and I feel this hand is an example of that. I have re-bought a couple times. I did double with junky aces earlier all-in before the flop and held while running it twice.
Villain 1 (covers) - younger white guy. Probably late 20's/early 30's. He is pretty solid and usually raises when he comes into the pot. I have seen him play double-suited rundown hands and quality high pairs.
Villain 2 ($900) - mid to late 30's white guy. Bought in for the $500 min and ran it up. Only hand of note he got it in in a huge pot preflop vs. quality aces and he had a hand like AKQT double-suited.
V1 raises to $40 in EP (they count the blinds as $10 and $10 for determining pot sized bets). I call on button with QxJs8s7x. I know, not a great hand, especially with only being only single suited. SB calls and then V2 pots it to $200 in the BB. V1 calls. I call. Again, I know, not a great call. SB calls.
Flop ($800) AT6 rainbow. SB checks. V2 shoves for $700. V1 calls. Action on H.
Obviously it is shove or fold. If I shove, assuming SB folds, I am putting in $810 to win $2310. I need ~26% equity to call.
I have 8 outs to the nuts. V2 is weighted heavily towards aces. V1 could have a hand like KQJx or KQ9T or QJT9. In which case, up to two of my outs are dead and I could be drawing to a chop with the K. I am not certain if I had backdoor spades or not.
Want to see what everyone thinks H should do. Obviously situations like this are why you shouldn't play a single suited rundown hand like this with a gap in the middle with a low SPR. This was, besides flopping a made hand, one of the better flops.
I am just a beginner but I understand about preflop being bad. I was a bit on tilt. I am interested in hearing thoughts on the flop.