Originally Posted by MrSticker
Anyone here for a check-raise for info? Maybe the flop or turn?
If you go for a c/r on the flop you're running the risk of it being checked around. Although not many cards can come on the turn that are obvious
dangers to you, you want to get money in with some degree of certaintly while you have what you believe to be the best, albeit a potentially vulnerable hand.
If you're c/ring the turn, it has to be a c/r push as long as villain bets meaningfully, and pushing all in "for info" seems a little silly, no?
I'm guessing villain has slowplayed a set just because of the very fact you've posted this hand, but even if he has done this you should be aware that many people play many worse hands exactly the same way. Just plonk down a "limp-called pf with 22/33 and slowplayed set" note on villain and move on.
And as Colin said, raise more preflop. You don't want to be out of position in a multiway pot with AQ, so it's worth trying a 5-6bb raise considering the two limpers to try and isolate one of them.