$600 NLHE Full Ring: $600 NLHE Full Ring: $600 NLHE Full Ring: Two pairs on the flop vs flush draw
2 hands that took place on the same night. Very loose passive live table.
2 limpers, hero raised to $42 with Js10s on the button. BB and Villain called.
Flop Jh 10h 3d. BB led out with $60. Villain min-raised to $120. Hero 3bet to $460 fully expecting Villian to shove or fold.
Instead, Villian just called and shoved his remaining 200ish when the 2h hit on the turn. Getting more than 6 to 1, Hero reluctantly called and being shown 6h7h. River bricks
Hero(CO): rebought up to $1000
UTG raised to $24. Villain called. Hero called with 4c5c. BTN and both blinds called. Flop 10s 5s 4d. UTG checked, Villian bet $90. Hero raised to $270. All folded back to Villain who shoved with Qs9s and hero snapped. Turn bricked, river 2s.
Really appreciate some honest opinions on this 2 hands and how to deal with these kind of situations in general. More often than not I would prefer GII on the flop if I suspect my opponent is on a draw and I think I'm ahead. In retrospect by doing that am I often giving the flush chaser good odds
? If I suspect my opponent is drawing should I wait one more street to see a blank before making my move?
Many thanks in advance.