Originally Posted by wowasenotrusov
here you need to look at the odds . and the pot odds you say that both do not want to go but you have to reset the Ollin .
After your raise, you'll need to call another 28k for a chance to win the 63k in the pot. If he has pocket 4's you'll be about 33℅ to win so you are slightly +EV. Of course he could have limped with QT, in which case you are about 42℅ so you have a good +EV.
Some people are saying your pre-flop raise was too high and your flop bet was too high, but you are probably best pre-flop and you flop a great hand with a nut flush draw, an over card, and a gut shot straight draw when you only have about 13BB effective stacks. What more could you want? You are way ahead of a lot of draws that he might jam with and you are ahead of one pair hands.
I think it'd be pretty weak to check pre or give up the lead after the flop. You are never crushed here and you can get good value from a lot of hands that he could check/jam here (like J9 and worse flush draws).