Kahlua's Table, .50/1 NLHE, MB and I are both at about 1.5 buy-ins. I face a raise from somewhere and call with my trouble hand QTos. Flop comes out a glorious AKJ two hearts for the nutters. I believe it was three way 7 chip pre-flop so I lead out with a bait bet of 13 hoping to get raised. MB complies with Ax(deuce?) suited and opens the door with a min raise. I think Jason comes along for the 26 and I pop it up to 80. Mary Beth "has to call". Jason gets out of the way. Turn is a Heart (6h?) and I'm done with this hand since I have no redraws. If the board pairs I could try a bluff but I'm 99% to just check/fold under all circumstances. River I believe is a fourth Heart, not that makes a difference because I'm still done but I figure I'd make an ultra post oak at it and try to rep the Ah and that I drew out to a higher flush on her. Royal throws out the idea of a four chip bet (one player per hand please). I do so and get min-raised back. I'll pay 4 for the info and MB shows the nuts.
Yeah, I know that I *want* players to draw and if the turn was a blank then I'm definitely shoving the rest in at that point. But I had a couple big hands where flushes caught up on me and that was a bummer. Based on the flop play I think it was fairly obvious to everyone where both MB and I stood. I Stoved it and was surprised that I didn't price her out as much as I thought I did. She is only a 40/60 dog there. Odd.
Anyway, I think MB has been visiting Jasonland a little too much. I don't like the re-raise on the flop as I brought up. He Ace/nothing is losing to the majority of hands that are interested in that flop yet she puts more money in while behind and opens up the door to have to call off another 50+ chips to chase her flush. She has no implied odds once she does call either. Then I get two free cards which could possibly trump her flush in case I had AK or something instead of a straight. But she took down a big pot so I guess she made the right ROT play.