I had a question about a hand I had last night. I think I played it well, even though I could have picked a better place to risk my remaining stack. So here is the situation. I am sitting in late position. I get AQ Spades. Not a strong hand. Actually one of my trouble hands. However I decide to play. There are three in including BigChiefTokem. The flop comes a REALLY nice KJx spades. So not only do I have the flush draw and the straight draw but the straight flush draw. I also possibly have an overcard out. So I figure I will never in my life get more odds to make a draw than this. I have about half my stack left and when the guy before me puts out a pot sized bet I decide to go over the top of him and go all in. The Chief steps aside with his 23o, and the other guy goes all in without a second though. He flips over trips so my overcard out is dead. However the turn is a spade and the board does not pair so I am a winnnnahhhh. Is this too agggressive for a ring game? Do you ever want to put all your money in with possibly 15 outs? In this case I really was looking for a call. If he folded then cool but I thought I had a good shot at winning the showdown. Is this a good way to think? Any thoughts?