re: Poker & $10 NLHE Full Ring: Scary turn card with an all-in bet
Your other option is to bet the turn - but betting the turn (say, $2.50) is going to pot commit you (villain won't have enough left behind for you to fold anywhere later in the hand).
The turn's just a horrible card. Villain calling an AKK two toned flop means he's going to have an A, a K, or suited cards (or a goofy QJ) almost all of the time - maybe he's sticking around w TT-QQ, but he'd have to be pretty brave. You're ahead of worse A's, JJ, and QQ and betting the turn will probably get those to fold, but no other made hand will do anything but shove - and you'll have to call.
I like ch/f here, better opportunities later.
EDIT: I misread suits, didn't realize you have the nut fd. Meh, now I think I'm bet/calling, but I'm not very happy about it, we're definitely behind if he shoves and may be drawing dead.