Originally Posted by KneedUrDough
Jesus Christ! I raised-called and stacked queens ffs! I was wondering if I could have gotten the other fish's stack in. Please let this thread die... TY
OK well done you played it as you should. But maybe to answer what your question was....I think the board is too coordinated multi-way for you to consider slowplaying to try to win both stacks. Not only that, but give me some two hand combination for the two players involved that would even allow for that (other than specifically 88 and 77 or maybe AA and a lower set)? I don't think it exists and here are the two likely outcomes if you flat:
A scare card comes on the turn, and one or both of them will either (1) slow down or (2) now have a str8 or higher set that you lose to instead of winning. If a blank comes on the turn, then given the positions of the players, one of them is likely to get away when you raise a turn bet (most likely V1, who might lead again with her OP and then fold when you raise and she is facing a CR/3bet from V2. Even if V2 leads, V1 will only flat and then get away if the two of you get into a raising war OR if she is really stupid and raises a V2 lead, she won't call your or V1's shove unless she is totally brain dead). So, the parlay needed to stack both players in the hand is very remote IMHO.
Anyway, sorry to not let the thread die but hope this helps with your original Q a bit.