This was a truly bizarre cash game hand I played Monday night at Harrahs Atlantic City. It's a 1-2 game and I'm in for 200. I've got another 150 in my pocket that I won at another table before it broke and I bought into this game for 200. An early position player raises to 10 and the guy next to me in middle position calls. I have AcKc and call as well. The small blind, who has been on crazy tilt the last few minutes goes all in for 63. The big blind asks him if he wants action and then says I'll give you some action. Original raiser and the guy to my right fold. I think about it, and I just don't believe the big blind was grandstanding. I think he has a marginal hand at best. I go all in for another 120 on top. The big blind thinks about it for a while and finally calls with QsJs. The flop has a J, but the turn is a K. The river is a blank and I win a huge pot. This hand is so totally not my style. I'm usually very cautious, but it just seemed like the right move and obviously it worked out. I think I need to learn to gamble a little more in spots like this. That's particularly true in tournaments, but this is a good reminder from the cash game world.