re: Poker & $4 NLHE Full Ring: Playing pocket Aces with Villain having straight/flush draws
Try to post the full HH with stack sizes.
First hand. First mistake is that you min-raised preflop. Always raise 3-4x their raise size so here you should've raised it up to .24cents at least preflop. On the flop you should bet much bigger. For me, I would almost always bet 2/3-3/4 pot size, you're killing value by 1/3potting it there. As i'm not sure what the stack sizes are, idk if you should shove the turn but if you had around a dollar something left, i wouldn't be opposed to it.
Second hand. Everything looks good except your flop bet is too small. The flop is pretty drawy so we can expect to get called by worse a lot so you can go ahead and just bet .52.