The Game: 1/3 NL Hold'Em
Seat 1 (early position - villain #1): $95 (won some, lost some)
Seat 6 (villain #2): ~$300 (doesn't play many hands)
Seat 7 (Hero - late position): $130 (been having a rough night)
The Situation: Our hero has Qx spades.
Pre-Flop: No raises - our 3 players call $3.
Flop: As Xs 3s (all spades) - Hero has second nut flush
Seat 1 bets $5
Seat 6 calls
Hero raises to $25
Seat 1 calls
Seat 6 calls
Turn: Another Ace
Seat 1 goes all-in for $67
Seat 6 min-raises to $134 (which is more than hero has)
Should hero call (thereby going all-in)?
Here's what happened:
Hero thought about it for a little while. With $102 left and a flush, he loses to a boat or Kx spades. And even if both players have flushes, only one could have the K spades (if either have it). Hero decides that Seat 1 has an ace but no boat - otherwise, Seat 1 probably checks to let the other players bet. Seat 6 is tricky but Hero doesn't want to give up the hand.
Turns out the river is a 5 (not spade). Seat 1 had A-5 so made a boat, and Seat 6 indeed had Kx spades for the better flush. While Seat 1 got lucky, our hero wonders if this was just bad luck or if the min-raise on the turn made it obvious that Seat 6 indeed had Kx spades (or a boat) and hero must lay it down.