There seems to be a dynamic at the low limit Vegas PLO games where players are making calls/raises all in when they have smaller draws (8-9 outs) that are either barely or clearly not warranted by the pot odds, with the anticipation that most players run it twice, therefore giving them the mistaken belief they have more outs — better odds— than they actually have.
My understanding is: 1) In situations where they have pot odds to call (but are an underdog to my hand) I want a fold, but 2) where they do not have odds to call, I want a call. For example, 1) OTT if there is $1000 in the pot and I have 70% equity, with only $100 effective behind, I make $300 with a fold, but only an additional $70 if the villain calls (an extreme and unlikely result to be sure — just to demonstrate the point). 2) On the other hand if there is $1000 behind I make $300 with a fold but $700 with a call all in OTT.
It seems I can influence the call/fold decision by making it clear I run only once. But I’m trying to figure out if this is, in general, beneficial to equity (situation 2) more frequently situation (assuming I’m indifferent to variance) or if more often they will be in situation 1 where I want a fold.
In general I like it when people fold.