Hero is in late position with about $260 and picks up 10♣ 10♠ . During pre-flop, Villain raises to $10 in middle position. Villain seems tight; more passive than aggressive, thus making the raise jump out. 2 players call. Hero calls. Blinds call.
Flop is 10 7 3 rainbow.
The blinds check and our villain bets $50. He has about $350 remaining. Folds around to our hero. My read is that the villain has an overpair, considering his tightness. My first instinct is to call the flop, call any turn bet, and bet/raise the river. However, I then consider raising. At first, I consider raising $100 on top but then realize I'll only have $100 behind so I'll be pot-committed anyway. I ended up going all-in, figuring I can't go wrong with being aggressive and if the villain calls, he's behind.
The blinds and the villain ended up folding and I won the pot. However, in retrospect, I feel like I could have won more of the villain's money. Should I have just called the flop so I could hopefully get the villain to bet more later, or was I wise to take down the pot on the flop?