I somehow feel like I misplayed this hand, but I don't know what I would have done differently if this came up again. I've got 22 in early position and limp into the pot. Two other players and the blinds see a flop of 727 with me. The blinds check to me and I check as well. The other two limpers check behind and the turn brings another 7. I'm really hating that card, but I decide to bet out with a pot size bet. Three people call and the river is the final 7. So at this point, I have the worst possible hand. I fold after a big bet and two players split the pot with four sevens and an ace kicker.
I guess I could have bet out on the flop, but I really thought I was far enough ahead to slowplay the hand. I didn't like the turn much, but I was still ahead at this point. My opponents eacvh had 6 outs to either win or tie for the pot, so betting was the correct play here. Obviously on the river i have to get away from the hand, since it's at least a little likely one of my opponents has an ace. It's hard to feel like I can bet multiple opponents off their hands in this spot.
So I guess I played it right, just feel weird about the hand,