Originally Posted by orangepeeleo
1)I don't think he had aces because surely he would've made a smaller bet on the flop and he would've re-raised me before the flop anyways
I don't agree with the first part of this statement. I think a pot sized bet is fine for holding aces when there is a flush draw on the board. In addition to making people pay for their draws, there are many players out there that will view an over-bet as an obvious bluff attempt and re-raise them. But you are most likely correct that he would have re-raised pre-flop. With that being said, I think you are beat at this point in the hand. With everyone folding it to you, he might believe you were on a steal attempt and could have many hands that hit this board. KT, KJ, Kxs, including K6 and maybe even KQ, all of which you are a severe dog to at this point. Rest easy, I think you're beat, and I think it was a good lay-down.