I think that I played this hand (link to replay) quite well and my opponent did a mistake because he didn't protect his two pairs.
If he would did a good raise or reraise on flop or turn, I would have folded.
Or did I do anything wrong and had just luck?
Hero: Q♣J♣ (position: button, stacksize: 10k)
Villian: A♠8♣ (position: button -1, stacksize: 3k)
2 villians limp and hero raises 2,5 BB ($150) on button.
All but SB are calling.
All check and hero bets 423. I had 3x of everyone's stacksize, so I thought a little bit pressure would help to see who got something.
All but villian on position button -1 are folding. He just calls.
Both player checking. Since I had now a straight draw and villian called on flop, I bought me a free card - and I took it. Because if the villian really slow plays then this would be a good position for him to play check-raise and get me out of this hand - just because of this straight draw now.
Villian bets $780 and Hero raises to $1760. I thought at this point that he might have same cards like me. But it was much more likely that he got aces with a good kicker or maybe a two pair. Maybe my bet was a little bit too high and that was a good spot for villian to lay his hand down. But he went Allin and I called.
I think villians mistake was that he did not protect his two pair. I had no reason to call or re-raise on flop if he would have re-raised my bet.