re: Poker & Draws in position vs out of position
Is the flush draw naked or combo?
On a naked flush draw (87s on K92 board), I would play it fast in position, but play pot odds
OOP. With a combo draw (flush + OE straight = 15 outs), I would play fast on flop, as you are the favorite against top pair or top set, and try to get the money in. However, on the turn, I'd slow down to try to actualize equity with a slightly more passive approach.
But mostly, my decision would be guided by pot odds, i.e. not calling a pot sized bet to draw to flush on turn since flushes are obvious draws and you won't get paid off. Post some example hands and you will get a good feel for how people would play. A lot of the decisions are situational.