If you're going to call anyways you should bet most of the time right?
Here's an interesting example where I think you would chk call the turn and chk fold the river but I wonder if betting is better sine I will call the turn (Hand I had tonight):
I raise UTG to 12 in a 1-2 game with AhAd. Old nitty call station man calls. 3 more callers.
Flop comes 10 8 2 rainbow. I bet. Old man min raises. Gets folded back to me. I call. About $120 in the pot. Turn is J bringing in back door flush draw (not for me). I bet $75. He ships for $110 more and I fold. He showed a 10. I believe he had a set of tens. I honestly think I shouldve folded to him with a dry board since he's only calling a hand like K10, but I was thinking maybe he was raising the flop with just a 10 to find out where he is at. I guess I could chk call the turn than chk fold the river BUT against an agressive player esp it seems like I should bet the turn since I'm going to call the turn since the villian would most likely bet the turn to protect against the draws, esp if lets say the turn was a card below a J.
So question is - Do you believe in betting the turn here even though its hard to imagine worse calling? If I'm going to call it seems I should bet vs chk call.