I fail to see the strategy of risking
I fail to see the strategy of risking all of your chips on a hand that you hate. The problem with this strategy is that a lot of players love to slow play big pocket pairs and if you tend to go all-in with Jacks, you will all too often get a call from someone with a big pocket pair. In the mean time you will only win a few small pots. On a full table with 10 players, the odds of one of the other 9 players having pocket Queens, Kings, or Aces is about 8 to 1.
Is it worth it, to pick up 7 very small pots
Is it worth it, to pick up 7 very small pots only to be a 4 to 1 underdog, for all of your chips, when you run up against a bigger pair?