If your gonna play that hand, why did you raise on the river though. You couldn't have been trying to think you were gonna bet him off the hand because if he likes his hand in any type of way pot odds
pretty much commits him to that pot on the river when he bets.
If you were going to play the hand fast with your particular hand you should be raising everything or initiating the betting especially after you raised on the flop. In this particular hand it wouldnt have mattered regardless, maybe you would've been able to raise him off of his hand if you pot max/ 3 bet it on the turn pends on how loose the player calls.
Thing is he initiated the action on every street, even after you raised him. This is a situation where you probably want to give him some type of respect here. Rarely will you see a player initiate action every street even when they've been raised, unless they are a hyper aggy, im just gonna assume he's not hyper aggy cus most hyper aggys would pot that hand each street.
If he's a chaser thats cool, but theres a difference between a player that initiates action with his draws no matter what, and someone that will call down his draws or maybe intiate on the flop to pick up a pot but slow down by the turn and pretty much check on the river. Before that hand you have to decide based on what you know which one he is...
based on that you should know whether your raising, folding or calling on the river. This is a clear call right here, not a raise because you risk too much raising regardless of what he has. If you haven't seen him do this same action with a weaker hand in a previous showdown ( I wanna say damn near at least twice), in a very similar situation you don't raise.
Budda I just don't understand why you wouldn't be willing to raise on the turn, but your willing to raise on the river with 3 people in the pot 2 of them being the blinds who can easily have anything on that board just cus they're blinds