$200 NLHE Full Ring: Live game, TPGK out of position vs 2 callers
Blinds are $1/$2/$3, I've got $200 behind me, and I'm UTG+1 with AsQh
UTG limps for $3 and I raise to $15. I get called by one person in MP, the Button, and UTG calls as well. Everyone has me covered.
The Button has been playing a lot of hands and has been catching some weird two pairs. Very loose, somewhat aggressive postflop. Generally bets, checks, or calls, did not make any check raises up to this point. Was capable of folding a two pair to a bet on a river that put 4 cards of the same suit up. MP is loose passive, but less loose than the button, and I have less information on him.
The flop comes Ac Jc 7d, I have top pair, good kicker
UTG checks, I bet $30, MP and BTN call, UTG folds.
Turn is 2h
I bet $50, MP folds, BTN calls.
River is Kc
I check, BTN bets $87, I fold.
First, was the $15 raise preflop a good raise size? I usually raise between $10-$20 in live games. $10 would have kept the pot a bit smaller and more manageable, while $20 may have scared someone out of calling preflop. I could have just folded AQ as well from UTG+1, but I'm expecting to get called by worse, so I'm guessing it's profitable.
I felt the $30 c-bet on the flop was probably a good size. If I was raised >2x by anyone, I would have folded. If I was minraised, I would have called and checked the turn, folding to a significant bet, and check calling the river if the flush missed.
I think I made the mistake on the turn of not jamming all in. The pot was about $150 at this point, and I had about that much left behind me. It's more likely that the button had a flush draw than a monster given that she did not raise on the flop. MP I was a bit more worried about, but given that he is fairly loose as well, I think I'm still probably ahead of both of their ranges. My original plan was to make the smaller $50 bet to protect my hand and fold to a raise.
On the river, my plan was to check. If the flush completed, I'd fold to a bet. If it didn't, I would call any bet as I thought the button would have been likely to bluff at it. Since it completed, I folded.
Any suggestions on how I should have played it differently? Would you agree with jamming the turn?