Both hands took place at a capped $2-3 game, effective stacks about $300 in both hands.
Folded to me on the button, I raise to $11 with Ah8d. SB calls, BB folds, $22 pot after rake.
Opponent is a late-20s white guy who I read as a competent player (by 2-3 standards anyway), capable of solid hand reading and making some moves. We've been playing at the same table for a couple of hours and have tangled a few times; he probably has a TAG image of me.
Flop 764 with two diamonds. He checks, I bet $15, he calls. $50 pot.
Turn is an offsuit Q and he checks. I fire the second barrel to the tune of $30 (too small??), he again calls. $110 pot.
River is a very interesting card: the Ace of diamonds. Before I can formulate a plan here he quickly leads into me for $100. I.....?
Two limpers at passive daytime table, I limp in late position with JTo, blinds complete/check. $14 pot.
Flop JJ5, two hearts. To my surprise the following takes place: SB (young tourist Asian guy) bets $15, BB folds, first limper (middle-aged Asian guy) calls, second limper (very loose-passive white lady in her 50's) min-raises to $30. What's the play here?