Originally Posted by Mehman
i would have shoved on the flop it may seem abit rough but it gets rid of the chasers
Hmmm, and why do we want to get rid of the chasers? How about giving them poor drawing odds
? Isn't that better? I don't totally disagree with the shove but not because you want the chaser to fold.
The real problem is having this pot 5-way. I think on the flop if you want to shove the better way is doing it with a check/shove, this way you do get some value for your top 2 pair and probably have only 1 caller at most, or even take it down after 1 or 2 players have thrown a $25/$30 c-bet. The $50 bet is fine but being that this is 5-handed things get complicated real quick, as happened here with 2 callers, although hindsight is 20/20 and its now easy to say this.
As played and with that turn that now puts you behind any overpair, I'd probably check and see what happens, which is for sure a weak move but you need to be careful with the CO who raised this to $10 PF and called your $50 flop bet. This guy, you need to give him credit for some kind of hand although it could just be 2 overcards and not a PP. Also we can't forget about the guy on your left. This turn card is a half disaster because it made your hand much weaker and you're up against 2 players, which makes it harder for a strong bet to be successful if you want to represent a monster.
I know its weak and you might disagree but I'd check this turn and reevaluate after any action from the 2 players.