Comments welcome. My initial review: awkward stack sizes suck, and I played this hand like it was a cash game, not a tournament.
Full Tilt Poker, NL Hold'em Tournament, 30/60 Blinds, 5 Players
Hero (SB): 2,290
Pre-Flop: (90) Q A dealt to Hero (SB)
UTG folds, CO raises to 180, BTN folds, Hero raises to 600, BB folds, CO calls 420
-- AQ is strong enough to 3-bet, but I'll be OOP for the rest of the hand and pot-committed given my stack size. Given that, I pretty much have to jam almost any flop. I pray that a more-than-pot-sized flop bet gives me some fold equity.
Flop: (1,260) 4 J 3 (2 Players)
Hero bets 1,690 and is All-In, CO calls 1,690
I don't want a call, but this is not a threatening flop for my hand, so I have to fire.
Turn: (4,640) J (2 Players - 1 is All-In)
River: (4,640) 6 (2 Players - 1 is All-In)
Results: 4,640 Pot
CO showed T K (a flush, King high) and WON 4,640 (+2,350 NET)
Hero showed Q A (a pair of Jacks) and LOST (-2,290 NET)
Well it turns out I got called by a flush draw (that also happened to have two live cards) getting nearly 2:1 on the flop. Oh well. Awkward stack sizes suck.
If I had to play this hand over, I would either i) flat-call the preflop raise, check-call the flop and jam the turn when the board pairs; or ii) raise to 850 or so preflop.