Wicked beat...analyze my play....

This happened last night. I'm "Ricksonisgod". Did I play this hand correctly?

Table: LUXEMBOURG HWY (Real Money) Seat #6 is the dealer
Seat 6 - 1000EYES ($24.55 in chips)
Seat 1 - FRANKOV ($15.70 in chips)
Seat 2 - RICKSONISGOD ($30.35 in chips)
Seat 3 - MERIK ($25.05 in chips)
Seat 4 - LVROCKET ($9.25 in chips)
Seat 5 - STOUT555 ($5 in chips)
FRANKOV - Posts small blind $0.10
RICKSONISGOD - Posts big blind $0.25
Dealt to RICKSONISGOD [Js 7s]
MERIK - Folds
LVROCKET - Calls $0.25
STOUT555 - Calls $0.25
1000EYES - Folds
*** FLOP *** [8s 10h 9d]
LVROCKET - Raises $1 to $1
STOUT555 - Folds
RICKSONISGOD - Raises $1.75 to $2
LVROCKET - Calls $1
*** TURN *** [8s 10h 9d] [Qc]
LVROCKET - Raises $3.50 to $3.50
RICKSONISGOD - Calls $1.75
*** RIVER *** [8s 10h 9d Qc] [Jh]
LVROCKET - All-In $3.50
RICKSONISGOD - Calls $3.50
*** SHOW DOWN ***
LVROCKET - Shows 7h Kd
LVROCKET Collects $17.95 from main pot

ur flop bet prob was small, even though u hit it, i always assumed a 3/4 pot bet was a std size bet, the raise was strange, so u could have reraised him. the turn bet was also small. probably should have put him allin on the turn when he raised u

at least you had him covered

sorry about the way that showed up.

he was only 1.29% chance to win the hand on the flop.

man, it sucked.

You got sucked out on and he played it bad but I dislike your flop play. You should've bet more initially on the flop so you can reraise all in on the flop, your straight is vulnerable and you're out of position. If he doesnt have a hand then, he folds and you win a small pot, otherwise he pays too much to suck out on you and you win.

You have to realize that your opponent needs a great hand that is lesser than yours to win a huge pot from anyone but a donk. Like if he had 67, two pair, a set, or an overpair with a gut shot he'll put it in and you have the best of it.

Avoid what's called the "negative freeroll"

In regards to my flop play, sometimes when Im playing against aggressive players and I'm out of position (with a great hand) I like to bet weak and let them go over the top. Sometimes it works and others times not, but I seem to get good results with it so far.

Just later that night I had JJ and limped to a very aggressive player. He had been picking up a lot of pots raising 5 or 6 times the BB. Anyways, I flopped top set and he kept betting at me on the flop and turn. I crushed him on that hand.