$200 NLHE Full Ring: Live AA 1/3 NLH on Button
So Live casino on my last round of the night on a 1/3 NL table (I know 1/3 may not be a "normal" structure but it is what this casino runs) I am the button and on a 9 person table it is folded around to me. I look down and see AA.
Hero stack: $250ish
SB stack: $400ish
BB stack: $300ish
About the drop rules at this casino: Drop is $3 and $1 for jackpot no matter what. So if
1) I raise I will likely on win $4 as both blinds will fold or
2) I call and drop will take out 4 dollars and we will be only playing for $5.
SB is loose passive, BB is tight. My table image is relatively tight but on tilt as just lost big hand (AA vs low PP set). (correctly I was on tilt)
Hero limped hoping for action with the flop, SB and BB both call/check.
SB check, BB check, Hero bet $5 (in a $5 pot), SB call, BB call
SB check, BB check, Hero Bet $15, SB called, BB raised to $60, Hero called, SB folded.
BB bets $80, Hero folds.
Normally, I should raise preflop. I know this however when I do slow play the 10% of the time what did I do wrong here?
Should I have re-raised on the turn?
After the river 5 do I need to fold or could I call or raise?
Honestly I felt the BB had a 2. He was a good player and was not a chaser. The reason why I felt he had a hand is that there was a moment on the turn where I felt like he put me on my hand and is when he raised. To me he was betting what he thought was just enough to get called or induce a raise.
Not very proud of this hand as it was the worst I had played all night and was on major tilt. Constructive criticism is greatly appreciated here.