Originally Posted by 5plus5=55
I raised the flop to charge him for his draw & once he got his card on turn i thought he was waiting for a check raise
after my check on turn he bet the river to get the value so i folded
It sounds like, once Villain donkbet the flop, you were locked into the idea that he had a flush draw. Did you have a specific read on him that he always had a draw when he donkbet the flop? (And even if he reservied all of his donkbets for draws, why couldn't he have a straight draw such as 76o?)
My interpretation of the flop donkbet, against an unknown Villain, would be, yes, now that he's donkbet, the chances that he has a draw just went up. But some players will donkbet 5x or 4x or Tx or a PP or even Ax or even air. I think you'd need a very good read on Villain to know that he always has a draw when he donkbets.