I don't feel like I played this hand particularly well, but you can't argue with results, right? So I've got 9 dollars in front of me on a 6 max .05-.10 table. Action folds to the button who raises to .30. The small blind folds and I po it to 1.00 with AA in the big blind. Button calls and we see a flop of 6dJdJc with two diamonds. I bet 1.50 and get called. I feel like I'm ahead here most of the time. Unless he's got 66 or a J, I'm in good shape. Turn is a 7s. I bet 3.20 and the button calls. Still feel like I'm ahead. I've got enough in the pot that if he had me crushed he'd probably reraise me. Plus he's seen me bet all three streets with nothing at least once, so it's possible he'll get stubborn with a pair or AK. River is a 7c. I go all in for 4.30 and get called. He shows TT and I win the pot. It seems like he just didn't believe me, and actually, I'm not convinced he should have. Given that I've bluffed off some chips already, although not for nearly this amount, there's a decent chance he might have me beat. Also, it feels like a lot of people are betting an A on the river on double paired boards these days, so that's a hand I could easily have had. I don't think I would have bet it that aggressively, but there's no way he would know that.