Bit unlucky. Probably you should have gone all in after flop, just to avoid problems. But it depends on the point of tournament you were: at beginning, in the middle or fighting for a prize. Hope you will be luckier next time
Joined: Feb '08
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 32 (M)
Not really much you could have done. The raise preflop is ok because at this stage the blinds are very small so there's no commitment but if you do get a nice flop then there's a pot that can be played for. I am assuming that when you say raise from there on you mean bet. If the big blind bets first you need to play the hand very differently but if you 'bet' on the flop you made the right move. You want to be called here by top pair so you can't bet too much or you'll lose them. As soon as the turn hits you're not getting rid of someone with a J, not at this stage of the tourney so bad luck.
Joined: Sep '09
Age: 40 (M)
Well you could have folded before, any JJ beated you. Also, for one of this pots lost in this exact situation, you will win 5. And if its in beggining of tournament, its not so important. Would have been worse near the bubble