You can't be sure that the preflop aggressor will c-bet multiway, so this might be a good spot to lead out on the flop.
As played, flop is good, you have more than enough equity to improve when behind. Since you have the Ad AND the Td, it's unlikely you're up against another flush draw or even KT/T9, so I think you're up against a made hand here, and considering the strength he's showing, it's going to be at least
If it's a single pair, and our A-outs are still good (he has QT/KQ), then we're still 55% favourites on the flop. If it's QJ, then we've only got 45% equity, and if it's a set, we're down to 35%.
You can definitely call the flop raise, and if you improve immediately, you have two streets of implied odds as well.
Having said that, since I don't think he's on a draw but has a made hand, it's unlikely that we're ever getting a free river card, so be prepared to muck it if you don't improve and are facing a big bet.
On the turn, we pick up an additional gutshot, so we have a big draw, but there's only one card left to come, and we're facing a huge bet.
We need 36.4% equity to continue here, and we only have that vs KQ or worse.
If he's not on a draw and has at least AQ (or QJ/44), then our total equity is going to be about 33%. If you add a couple weaker holdings like KQ/QT, we improve to 36%. If you add a couple of strong draws like Kd9d/KTs/T9s, then we improve to 40%.
Calling isn't going to be a terrible mistake here, but given his show of strength on the flop and turn, and the fact that we're holding two cards that severely limit the amount of draws he's semi-bluffing, I think it's a losing proposition.
But even against specifically 44, you still have 30% equity, so it's not a huge mistake by any means, but it's a mistake nonetheless.
For future reference: for a better analysis on your decisions, don't post the results - it might skew people's analysis if they know what you were up against.
Originally Posted by Shaetano
You had 15 outs left when going all-in.
13 outs if you're up against a set. The 4d and 8d don't help us in that case.