Yesterday 5/10 NL , table even mix of professionals & recreational players , pre flop UTG +1 recreational player opens to 40 ( standard ) three more callers I have 5d6c on BTN and call , SB folds BB completes . Pot is 245 , 6 players I have about 1850 and am covered by all except original raiser who has about 700 left , flop Js , 5s , 5c initially thrilled with this flop for obvious reasons , Flop action BB checks , initial raiser bets 185 , then three more players call the 185 , this is very unusual flop action , the first caller on the flop is a very tight young professional so I know he has a hand , second caller is a recreational player , third caller is a LAG professional his range is much wider than the tighter young pro . Really only a spade draw on the flop so ranges here could be over pairs , even some mid pairs like pocket Tens , hands with a Jack , hands containing the case 5 etc , was hard for to me to really narrow the ranges , given this info I really was not sure what to do on the flop , think my hand is to strong to fold , can't raise with out committing my stack and feel like some one could easily have pocket JJ or a bigger 5 so shoving seems out of the Question but want to fold out the spade draws & take the pot down . Really want to shove , feel like its very possible the initial raiser or other recreational player might call with over pair or draw but would know I am beat if either of the pros call . Tank & eventually feel like shoving would be a over play , and would probably only get called if I was beat so decide to flat in position & evaluate turn action . Is this the best play ?