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Should I get away cheaper in these unlucky spots?!

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Should I get away cheaper in these unlucky spots?!

Blinds: $0.10/$0.25 (6 Players) CO: $29.30
BN: $25.00
SB: $25.00
BB: $26.05
UTG: $20.94 (Hero)
MP: $32.13
MP is passive and limps quite a lot with both foldable holdings and bottom range raiseable holdings. Hero IT NOT UTG, but BB!!
Preflop ($0.35) Hero is UTG with 4 K
MP calls $0.25, 3 folds, Hero checks
Flop ($0.60) 4 Q 4
Hero checks, MP bets $0.57, Hero calls $0.57
Turn ($1.74) 4 Q 4 5
Hero checks, MP bets $1.66, Hero calls $1.66
River ($5.06) 4 Q 4 5 Q
Hero bets $4.75, MP raises to $9.50, Hero calls $4.75
Final Pot MP wins and shows a full house, Queens full of Fours.
MP wins $22.98
Rake is $1.08

Flop: I am miles ahead on the flop and thus check/call. No risk and no which to raise Villian out of worse holding.

Turn: Still miles ahead on the turn and not a scare card for villian so I expect another bet and therefore check. Should I check / raise here to try build the pot right here since i am OOP?
I choose to call with the intention of making a sizable river bet on "any" run out. I want villian to catch up and hit.

River: With this exact river however, in hindsight, I should have checked / called: Not to many holdings that villian can have where he does not beat me AND pays me off. BUT for arguments sake and future ref. - if the river is anything else the then Q, would the line of check / call on turn an bet on river be better then raising turn (and betting river if called)?

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