His raise pre-flop made me think he most likely had a pocket pair or (less likely) A♣,Q♣.
A,K would probably have raised pre-flop. AQ, AJ, or A9 seem most likely but I hold a J and a 9. Maybe I should have found a fold on the flop. Would you have folded this hand?
I didn't think there was a way I was ahead on them both on the flop. I stand by my fold.
This was one of the craziest hands that I've ever played. You might say that my play was extremely reckless/dumb and I won't disagree. If I remember correctly I had built a stack and it had dwindled down. Seat 4 opening to $13 is AK, AQ, TT, or 99+. Seat 6 calling could be 77, 55, or 33. When I jammed, I didn't expect seat 4 to call. After the hand, I asked seat 6 if he would have called if seat 4 folded and he said NO. My image before this hand was very tight and I think that's why seat 6 gave me credit. I don't expect to do anything like this again any time soon.
Seat 6 was a very competent player. He had built a stack and was playing well. On the flop, after my bet, seat 9 threw his cards into the muck and the K flipped over. After the hand, seat 6 said that seeing the K go into the muck influenced him to call.
Seat 5 debated on calling the flop but decided against it. He jumped up when the 5 came on the river.