Avoiding thin spots when bankroll is low?
$1-3 hero V ($265) to start the hand. Hero has aggressive image. 3 limps V opens to $28 (wayyyyyy larger than I've seen him open before, he showed down with KK and his open was $17). I think it's actually like JJ-88 and he just wants the limps. in the blinds for hero. I 3 bet to $120. He jams. I say man...can I ever fold this pre? Let me see an ace so I can even contemplate a fold. He doesn't look happy. I call, he says "man, your good" flop comes with a 10 he says "nevermind I got a set now" I never show but say I had kings. Point is, I ran the #'s and it's a +22 EV spot. I've been seeming to get in a lot of these thin EV spots recently at MGM since the game is so wild, and I've run the numbers every time and it's like +75 +65 +98 and I'm just losing my flips and my run-outs. I know in the long run these plays are good and winning, but when your bankroll is starting to run low, do you have to avoid these spots?