$200 NLHE Full Ring: AJ hits A on flop. Villains makes pot size bet. Did I make the right move?
So I was playing at the Harrah's New Orleans this weekend and after winning their Saturday morning tournament, I went to go play at their $1 $2 NLHE cash game. So I had been getting some good starting hands and so therefore had been playing a few more hands than usual. However, I had not lost but maybe a pot or two, and they were lost by me folding, not showing down. Everytime I showed down, I had the best hand. Anyway, the guy directly to my left was playing pretty tight. He was the biggest stack at this time. I had about $250 in front of me. So Im in late middle position at a full table and I get AJo. It folds to me and I raise to $7. Big stack next to me raises to $20. Folds back to me, and I call. The flop comes A,9,4 two hearts. I check and he bets $50, which is about the size of the pot. I figure his reraise preflop narrowed his range to Qs+ or AK. With two aces in play, its slightly more likely he has Qs or Ks but not much more likely. So I fold. Did I make the right decision by folding? Should I have bet into the flop first? Or should I have raised his pot-sized bet? I posted this in the parent forum first because the hand analysis section was blacked out for me for some reason.