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About to be knocked out, all in

Yes, you wait. Nobody should never reveal their hand, or any part of it, until no more betting can take place, for exactly the reason you state - it could easily influence the other players' action if ...
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Rules Clarification Needed Please

You are right and she is wrong. In Texas Hold'em, you can never win more from any one player in a hand than your starting stack for the hand.
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How would Texas Hold'em strategy change if it was possible to fold only in relation to a side pot?

It would make it pretty much always a mistake to not call a small all-in with any two cards. Like say a player is all-in for 1,000, and we have a stack of 10,000, and player C has 100,000 chips. ...
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