Yeah, you might have considered betting the turn, more for value than protection. After that strong 2/3 pot donk bet on the flop into two players, I think it would've been slightly better to maneuver to get the villain's entire stack and that would've included a turn bet to give better odds to your opponent to call on the river. Even a 1/4 pot bet on the turn would've left the villain getting around 2-1 to call on the river, instead of 1-1 that resulted from your chosen line.
As is, you played commendably and got most of the villain's stack, but I think given the opponent's strong line it would've been a little bit better to shoot the moon on this one.
Missed a bet imo, obviosly the full house should of made a value bet on the turn to collect from anyone that was still chasing a flush , which was the case here. Did not maximize the value he could of gottoen out of the hand imo
He wasn't folding with top pair and flush draw on the turn!!! that's why you don't go all in, just make a small value bet (you already have the best hand on the turn, the only hand that can beat you is quads or possible str8 flush)!
Think you missed a bet there , i mean he insta called after the river,when only holding top pair,surely you had to bet the turn.cant imagine why you didnt.unless you were betting slightly scared putting him on quad 2s lol but was easy to count that out, as he checked each card,never mind least you got a few cents.