re: Poker & did i play this too slow?
Its generally a bad idea to slow play hands at micro limits - normally because of situations like this where villains catch hands on the river. The post-flop bet seems a little small at only 1$ into a 4.50$ pot, with flush and possible straight draws out there your giving your opponents odds
to call with, same with the turn bet.
However saying that i dont think you would have pushed the villain off his jacks with the board as it is. Theres no flush's possible, and he probably doubts woul would have called his pre-flop raise with low connectors so hes not that worried about the straight. He probably out you on A9 or something similar and thought his jacks were good the whole time, and would have called bigger raises.