When he called flop it's obvious he hit something at this stake (not necessarely something strong though but at this point you can assume he hit something). Most people don't float much to try to bluff later. So unlike leno1 I didn't like the check on the turn. If he has a flush draw, you're giving him a free card all he has to do is check back.
Other than that, I completly agree with BeMYATM about the flat call pre flop. It may have been good here but it really isn't a good play in the long run in my mind. What if the turn is a brick... like a jack for exemple?
Edited by TheMachineQC (Saturday, January 24, 2015 @ 21:54 GMT)