Borgata 2-5. During a tournament series, so the tables are usually extra good. Not many reads on the villains.
Villain1 -young,white, looks like he's a grinder, possibly a tournament player, played only 1 hand in 30 minutes, moved from a different table.
Villain2- bought in with a purple chip, late 30s -early 40s, seems drunk, been at the table for an orbit.
I have LAG winning image. I have about 800 and both villains have 500 each.
V1 opens to 20 in HJ, I call with TT in me CO, V2 calls on the BTN, both blinds( who are bad recreational mtt players) fold.
FLOP: T8c9c V1 bets 65, I call, V2 calls.
TURN: 9s. V1 bets 115, I call, V2 folds
RIVER: 9h V1 checks, hero?
For some reason I decided to slow play on the flop thinking that V1 would fold to my raise, and V2 seemed very interested in the hand, so I was trying to trap his money too or may be back raise. The turn is a great card for me and I think that a raise is pointless at this point since the pot is bloated. On the river I was a little confused about bet sizing. Should I ever bet small-medium here? Obviously I'm not afraid of a 9.
Please critic my play on all streets.