This is a Monday night game, so players aren't to splashy, everyone is playing pretty tame somewhat of a laggy, passive table. I am able to take advantage with some aggressive bets and increase my $200 buyin to $450.
Then this hand happens:
I have around $450 in front and I am in late position. Preflop action starts with a limp of $2 UTG, araise to $7 1st Mid position, Villain 1 stack size about $90, and called by 2nd Mid Position, Villian 2 stack size $350). I call the $7 raise with 7♣ 8♣ and there were another two callers (both smallish stacks of less than $120) behind.
T♣ A♠ 6♣
Check to the raiser, Villian 1, who bets $20 then Villian 2 raises to $60.
What do you do here? There are two additional players with action behind you, and the original raiser.
Spoiler Outcome below:
If my $60 call would have closed action this round to let me peel another card, I would have made the call. I would have been willing to gamble if Villain 2 didn't have $350 stack size. But with original raiser still with action to allow for the re-raiser to shove for $350, I folded and one person after I called. Villain 1 shoves for his remaining stack and Villain 2 calls and other calls.
Turn comes 9♣. DAGNABBIT
Other gets all-in for his remain stack Villain 2 calls.
So the boards is T♣ A♠ 6♣ 9♣ 6♥.
Villain 2 goes, "Whew! I made it." and he flips over A♣ 6⋄ for a boat (he flopped two pair). Other players muck, I assume with flush draws or even A with good kicker.
Afterward, I told the players, I folded the straight flush and a few of them said the would have made the call. I wanted to get your read to see if I did the right thing.