2/5 Seattle with a $500 max bet. I am the effective stack with $725. I am having a brutal session up to this point.
I am in the cutoff with two black aces. One limper in early position. I raise to $25, button, small blind and limper call.
Flop is queen of hearts, six of spades, four of hearts. Checked to me, I bet $60. Button and small blind call while the preflop limper folds.
Turn is the nine of clubs. Checked to me, I bet $230 into a pot of $280. Button calls small blind folds.
River is the ten of spades. So front door hearts miss. I ship my remaining $400. I get snapped off as the button shows a rivered straight with seven, eight of spades.
I want some help and input as to what I should have done differently. Should I have recognized that I had been rivered? I did not put the button on seven eight as I did not think he would call with a gutshot on the flop with a flush draw on the board.
I put the button on a draw but just the wrong one. I wrongly assumed the draw was a front door heart draw. I had assumed that if he had a straight draw, he would have been open ended on the flop with 7, 5 or 5, 3.
I like my turn bet because I thought I made it unprofitable for any draw to call. He did turn an open ended straight draw on the turn but he had to call $230 to win $510. But should I have tried to charge him even more on the Turn?
I guess the biggest error was on the river. If I put him on a missed draw, he is never calling an all-in. I guess king queen or ace queen could still call me. But was I better off checking and letting him bluff if he missed his heart draw? What would you guys advise doing on the river when the villain appears to miss his draw? I have been making these mistakes all month but I do want to know if I did actually err in this instance or I just got unlucky.