Betting for value with flush draw and two overcards against made hand
To explain my point I will use hand that I played recently.
60 seat sit go 6 handed. 0.02 $
Loose novice players sitting with me ( who like to call).
Early stage of the torunament.
Middle position (2040) raise to 105
CO Folds button folds
Me SB (1035) call with
BB (970) calls.
(there is nothing suggesting MP has a bigger pair than 99+ because he would simply shove as he done it before, however I suspect he holds decent cards hence his raise pre flop) (BB holdings unknown he has a very wide range)
I donk bet the flop with a pot size bet 315.
MP goes all in 1935
He has two overcards and a flush draw. 15 outs
I put the hand into equity calculator and I found out that despite i had a made hand on the flop I had only 43% equity and he was 54% favourite to win at that point.
My question is: even if i knew what he had wouldn't be better to throw my pair of 9 away if I knew he was going to call no matter what.
and also did I play my hand correctly? Was my opponent right to go all in ?
He got queen of heart on the river and I lost my tourney life.