Originally Posted by Grossberger
Ok sitting BB with 8 10 diamonds at a 6 max table blinds are 30-60 1st to act folds 2nd limps cutoff folds Dealer calls SB folds flop comes Jc Jd 6d action goes BB check, 2nd bets 120, Dealer folds, BB reraises to 240, 2nd calls, Turn is 2d.
Lets stop there and see what you would do then I'll let you know what happens
First off, I'm not sure why you check-raised a flush draw out of position, against someone who entered a pot voluntarily. His range could easily include a Jack. If it was for information, his call didn't tell you anything.
You have attempted to define your hand as trip Jacks, and your opponent is calling you on the flop because he thinks you are a) full of it, and he is floating you to get more chips or b) he has your imaginary trips beat, or a good draw to beat them.
If you bet big, you will certainly lose a marginal hand that can beat a bluff, and will almost only get called if you are against a full house or a bigger flush. Its a little late, since you have already started building a big pot, but I'd exercise a little pot-control, and make a value bet here, probably a little less than 1/3 of the pot. If he raises, re-evaluate if I have any reads on him. I don't hate check-calling for pot-control here either.