$200 NL HE Full Ring: Set of Queens vs. Flush Draw
I was wondering if I played this hand right...A super tight player raises $17 preflop on a fairly conservative table, I call with pocket queens and a queen hits the flop, except that all three cards on the flop are spades so I check...He puts in $40, and after some consideration I call. The turn is a blank (no spade, and the queen is still the highest card on the flop). He pushes me all in for my remaining amount of chips, which is about $50 and I decide to call. He flips over a pair of kings (one of which is a spade), and I flip over my set of queens, and the river comes another spade giving him a flush. The reason I called, is because I felt as though he either had pocket kings or pocket aces, and that he didn't have the flush nor was was he chasing it, but when that fourth spade hit the flop, I was busted. Did I make the right move here? I have little experience with live cash games, and that was only my third time sitting at a live table.
Edit: I'm not sure why it says $200 in the subject line, but I was playing at a $1/2 table.