Quick tournament question.
You're playing an online tournament - 45 person NLHE SNG. Let's say it for stakes you are comfortable with (for me, that's free money, because I'm trying to do the filing and other tasks at the same time, but pretend the value is still the same as real money). You aren't trying to pay the mortgage with this win.
Prior to the final table (3 or 4 hands prior), guy announces he wants to go to bed. Starts going all in with any two cards. Announces his cards before he plays. "J-9 off". "78 suited". And he's spot on every time.
He manages to knock out a couple guys that way until you're down to the final table of 9, but only 7 places pay. You've been fortunate to have stayed out of most scuffles with him, and you wake up with QQ. You raise an appropriate amount (say 3-4x) which is less than 1/10th of your stack. He has you slightly outchipped, enough to have you covered.
He announces "A5 offsuit" and goes all in.
Knowing that you are ahead pre-flop, assuming he's telling the truth again, do you call for all your chips, and possibly busting out pre-bubble?