re: Poker & was this a bad play?
I'm having trouble adding up the pot but it looks to me there might have been favorable odds
for the flushy to call you. Also, i might have raised a little more than 120 to get the K 10 feller out before the flop. All depends on how he was playing tho. Not sure what his history was - if he was a callstation, and loose, or played agressively whenever he had face cards. In that case I would maybe have just checked.
This is easy to comment on armchair style and after the fact. I think you did ok for the circumstances. You just got sucked out on. One thing I have learned is that online play tends to cater to the flushes and straights more than live poker does. If you saw a potential flush draw, the correct move is not all-in, but rather bet to give unfavorable odds.