$4/8 live and this hand occurred about 3 hours into the session. The villian is an angry old man who had been complaining about river cards...blah, blah, blah. Anyway, he was playing pretty straight forward/tight and hadn't raised a flop with less than an overpair. Here we go...
Preflop: (9 handed) EP2 limps, MP2/villian limps, Hero raises A Q, BB calls, EP2 and villian call. 4 players 8.5 small bets.
Flop: J T 7 EP2 checks, Villian checks, Hero bets, BB folds, EP2 folds, Villian raises, Hero re-raises, Villian caps, Hero calls. 2 players, 16.5 small bets.
Turn: 9 Villian bets, Hero?
I was pretty sure I was up against two-pair, a set, or an overpair after 4 bets went in on the flop, thus I figured my overcard outs were reduced heavily. However, that's still a big draw on the flop and turn. Should I have put in more action on the turn with the flush draw/straight draw?
Also, I now realize I could've put in more action on the flop and kept raising (in our poker room it was HU when the 4th bet went in, thus no cap). Should I have just called his 4-bet or kept going?