re: Poker & $10 NLHE Full Ring: AAs Suited Flop and cordinated board right play?
These situations are the hardest for me to figure out. I suspect he was c/r the turn, but we'll never know (I guess you could surmise since you know the results. Was he going to c/r the turn?). Every time I see the c/c, c/r, lead it seems like it's a really strong hand. If he just called on the turn I think you are good. If he c/r the turn I think you are toast. Bet the turn. If he c/r the turn I don't know what to do. Anybody? As played he could just be moving in on your weakness on the turn. You have to call.
I don't like shoving the river with the limited information from not betting the turn. Maybe I'm just a nit?