1/2 - $415 effective stacks
Folds to V, V raises to $10 OTB, SB calls, Hero in BB 3B! 30 with A♣ Q♥, V calls, SB folds
($70) Flop - J♣ 9♣ 8♦ - H bets $45, V Calls
($160) Turn - 5♣ - H bets $75, V raises to $150. H?
My analysis: Didn't play the hand well pre-flop, should've sized up my raise larger to $40 or $50. Surprised the SB folded in retrospect.
Flop - I got back/forth on whether I should be betting big on the flop or if my 60% PSB is fine.
Turn - Again, I opt for a smaller sizing, 50% pot as I pick up more equity on the turn. Assuming V just calls my bet, it leaves me with roughly a PSB bet behind on the river.
So my questions.
Because of my stack size, is my bet sizing ok or should I have sized up my flop and turn bets because of how wet the board was?
Should I be double-barreling this type of board or should I have opted to check the flop/turn?
Calling V's raise is the only option on the turn, yea? Don't think raising or folding is a good idea.