Alright, thanks. So the consensus is a shove on the flop. That makes sense in order to eliminate future decisions and give me fold equity as well.
The way I played it on the flop, though, I don't think I could have made a different decision on the turn. Even disregarding the straight draw and overcards, I was getting the odds to call with my flush draw alone, correct? I called $15.50 for the chance to win $29.05, odds of around 1.875 to 1, and I needed 1.86 to 1 to make a call mathematically correct.
Results of the hand:
I also bricked on the river and sadly called my last 37 cents into the large pot. To my amazement, however, the villian had K2o and had been bluffing
the entire way, including the preflop 3-bet. I won the pot with A high -- to his great displeasure.