later stages of Venetian $600 plo8 tournament (approx 70 of 240 left).
i have been in the same seat all day, but villain has moved to our table a bit more than 1 orbit ago, so not too many reads. he is a 35ish nondescript male with glasses and dark hair, with a possibility of some non-Caucasian ethnicity. i haven't heard him talk, so nothing to add to my read there.
i have been running like crap with some sick quarters when i had my opponents in bad shape and they got there, resulting in sympathy groans from more than 1 person at my table. so i start the hand relatively short.
my typical style in omaha tournaments is not to gamble too much preflop, but rather to evaluate my "fit" with the board and/or strength/weakness of my opponents postflop. however, in this case with a relatively short stack to begin the hand, i am happy to 3bet / get it in pre.
hero: 14.5k chips
villain: 35k-ish chips
preflop (1500 chips, SB - 500, BB - 1000)
villain min raises from utg+1 to 2000. folds to me in the CO and i 3bet to 6500 with A♥ 2♥ QxQx. folds to villain who calls.
flop (14,500 chips)
A♠ 5♥ 6♣
villain open ships all in. hero?
(btw -- i've received different answers from respected sources including jeff hwang and bart and others, and i myself thought it was a tough decision which is why i'm posting the hand)