Originally Posted by PokerBN
Is what im doing against poker etiquette?
Not at all. This has always been a standard move in poker (despite some rooms' now sanitizing the game to prohibit it).
But it's not much of a play, usually.
The fact that it's worked for you really doesn't actually mean much. You got the stock answer (either silence, or "That's up to you"), and were lucky that they were bluffing all 3 times. You will usually get the same answer from players with the nuts. And against better players, you won't get much of a read on them from what they say, or how they say it (or stay silent).
So don't worry about the ethics here, but I would suggest you work on your hand-reading and analysis skills more.
And if you're going to do this, I'd leave out the part about promising to call.