Since I am letting my pasta sauce simmer and I have fifteen minutes of time, let's assume the following....

- Villain raises sets, straights, weak draws and two pair hands, but folds weak draws to a shove

- Villain flats SB with flush draws and therefore never has these

- Villain flats SB with one pair hands and therefore never has these

**Hands villain stacks off with**
*Sets* - there are 12 combinations of sets which we have 18% equity against.

*Two pair* - If we assume he calls preflop with 87, 85 and 75, there are 27 combinations of two pair that we have 18% equity against.

*Straights* - assuming villain folds 96 and 64 pre, there are no possible made straights.

**Hands villain raise/folds**
*Open ender combos* - If we assume Villain also flat called preflop and would raise SB with 86, 76 and 65, there are another 36 combinations that he folds when we shove.

**cEV calculation**
Total possible hand combinations of Villain: 75

Total hand combinations villain calls with: 39 (52% of the time)

Average equity against calling range: 18%

Net chips gained when villain calls and we win: 54494

Net chips lost when villain calls and we lose: 39469

cEV = (0.52 x 0.18 x 54494) + (0.52 x 0.82 x -39469)

cEV = (5101 - 16830)

cEV = -11729

Total hand combinations villain folds: 36 (48% of the time)

Net chips gained when villain folds: 24825

cEV = +11916

**Net cEV** = +187

Criticism welcome on the math, I punched it out really quickly

Based on these assumptions (and they are definitely open to debate), the move is pretty much neutral EV.