Originally Posted by Delvuter
Pre at UTG we like to 4xbb bet. An aggressive bet flop would be considered full pot, which I think is what you should have bet. And I am not sure what to do on the turn since you missed it. At this point what could he have calling us so far? Ones that smash us and he isn't folding 4's, 5's, 9's. Ones that beat us that he might fold small, med pair up to J's. Ones that beat us that he might not fold Q's+, AQ, AK. He has a bunch of hands that beat us and we don't have any info, I would check turn and see what he does. If he bets and gives us good odds we call, if he bets and doesn't give us good odds we fold. If you hit on the river value bet for as much as you think you can get. If you don't get your draw on the river check/fold.
Don't completely agree with above. Choosing a 4x sizing UTG is purely player dependant, I really don't think it makes much difference having experimented somewhat with PFR sizes at 6 max zoom. I opt for 3x also however as it allows me to get a good price on balancing my range in this spot. I also use 2.5x from the CO and BTN where I am opening my range up as this gives me better odds on my steals and loose opens.
Also your flop sizing on this board should be your standard c bet sizing on this board texture which really is pretty dry, for me this is around 70% here so 10c is fine. I don't like the XC line OOP as it gives up our initiative, gives floats a free shot at hitting there hand, we lose value when we make our flush and there are plenty of hands that can fold this turn that currently beat us. Our A and J are most likely live here also don't forget.
Double barreling your flush draws + 2 overs can't ever really be a huge mistake. We can bluff some rivers too although this is player dependent and should be used sparingly at 2 NL.
As played I'm happy with it, I would fold to any turn aggression however as in this spot he just has you crushed and is never blufffing at 2NL.