re: Poker & Top Pair vs Flush Draw - How much to bet?
My choice of 3/4 pot wasn't there, so I just picked 2/3 which is the closest. I don't understand all the choices of pot here. You want callers, especially if they have a flush draw. AG mentioned though important things to consider. 1/2 pot takes away odds but you want to bet slightly more because of implied odds.
To all who say bet pot, a question: Do you understand the fundamental theory behind poker in that you want opponents to make mistakes? If you bet pot here almost no flush draws call you. You basically take away the opportunity to make a mistake from all flush draws besides the calling stations. Now if you're facing a calling station that's fine, but you want to bet enough such that they will not have odds (includes implied odds) to call with the flush draw and where they will call with the flush draw.