re: Poker & $10 NLHE Full Ring: AKoff
As has been stated, bet larger on the flop and turn. In general, cbets should be larger than half pot because you are either not getting enough value or won't get folds enough. If you have a read that your table folds to small cbets, half pot cbets are fine but this board is drawy enough that you need to amp up the size (most people don't notice anyways).
As played, you have to call the river. You can't raise because you will never get a call from a worse hand and you will never get a better hand to fold, and you only need to be right 21% of the time to break even on this hand.