First hand I raise more pre. Several limpers, being live and having a strong hand means you can likely get away with more, how much depends on the players and just how bad the table is.
The flop I check back, you likely have the best hand. I guess something could be said for getting value from weaker overcards but I see no reads on villain and it's thin at best whilst checking back can catch both bluffs or pairs that will pay off well.
As played could do with a read on villain without a read I call a little reluctantly. We beat bluffs and have good equity vs better pairs were the board is devoid of two pairs.
Turn i check, the turn bet is very bad. If he had been bluffing
we're probably ahead. We're only folding out hands we were beating anyway.
The river I check back. His line matches a flush draw or Qx pretty well if the flop raise was a bluff. If it weren't then he had something good enough to raise in the first place and call a turn bet he isn't going to be folding it.
I'll get round to the other hand tomorrow.