$10 NL HE 6-max: Pushed into straight with 2pair, should've seen it coming?
Sorry I don't have the actual Hand History thing saved (new), so bear with me if you may so please.
Now, for the action:
Action folds to me. I raise to 30c with 78o on Button +1, it gets called by SB (mid stack) and BB (big stack, ~$19 and playing aggressively). [Pot is 90c]
Flop comes 3d Qd 8s
BB bets 30c [1/3 pot]
BB bets 80c (4/9ths of the pot)
I take my time (feigning weakness is easier online), call 80c
BB bets $1.05 (into a $1.80 pot)
I re-raise all-in ($3.XX more)
I show 78o for 2 pair and he shows Jc9c for the straight.
I am really interested in your opinions regarding this hand (this is the only hand I've ever remembered so clearly!). I thought I played it right until the river and and I should have just called then. My roommate says that I should have raised him on the turn to show strength and push him off and make him pay to see his gutshot straight. When I made the call on the turn, I was thinking of extracting more money from SB because I didn't want to scare him off (I thought I had the best hand at that point). I thought it was an unorthodox play by BB to call all-in because I could have been representing the flush. I didn't think he would have bet like that with a gutshot straight draw and holding J9 without a flush draw. I was putting him on a Q. What do you guys think?