This hand came up in a $1/3 nlhe game at the horseshoe in Baltimore.
I am in the BB with jh 9c. I have about $400. V has about $350.
Pre Flop- four players limp to me. I check the option.
Flop- 9d 9c 8d
I check. V bets $15. Folds to me and I check raise to $35. Folds back to V who calls. At this point I am putting him on a flush draw, possibly a pocket pair or 9x.
Turn- 9d 9c 8d 6d
Obviously a bad card for me. If my read is correct he just got there. However, even if he has the flush my hand still has some value. If I check here it could invite a bluff. If I bet here (and he has a small flush) I Can exercise some pot control. I decide to bet $50. V raises to $100.
At this point V might as well have turned his hand face up. I am absolutely certain he has a big flush. I decide I am getting the right odds for a call and I do. I feel like it's pretty obvious to him where I am in the hand.
River- 9d 9c 8d 6d. 8h
Good card for me in that I filled up. How do I maximize value?
After the turn I was pretty certain he made a big flush. I was also pretty certain he put me on 9x. The river filled up any hand with a 9 so if I bet here I figure he folds. If I check here, maybe he tries to bluff me. I check V checks behind. I show my hand and he mucks.
Did I miss a bet?