I had the opportunity to put in four bets on 7th street with this hand but chose to simply call a 3-bet by my opponent who'd been the bettor throughout. His final board read [7d 8s 7s] [5s] so I had some worries about flushes and full houses beating me for high.
Was I too timid with a very good two-way hand here headsup?
Answer: of course I was, I had a board lock for the low and should always put in four bets!
NB. Oh, and apparently rolled-up jacks can lose to buried nines that hit runner-runner-runner-runner straight. !$#@%$
I don't even want to guess those odds, given I could've filled up at any time to lockdown the hand.