The hand history is from an unsupported site, so the converter wouldn't work.(It was a free-roll at Superuser Central. Since I don't play MTT's usually it seemed like a good day to try to win $1150.
SuperUser Poker, $1200/2400 $200 Antes Hold'em Tournament, 7 Players
Dealt to SB Q:hearts, Q:spades
Button Range 22/14/2.7 - Opening 1 in 3 steal chances from the button:
(4 folds), Button raises to $4,800, SB raises to $118,212!!!! and is all-in, (1 folds), Button all-in $107,362, SB returns $6,050
Flop: ($228,124) 2 3 T (2 Players)
Turn: ($228,124) T (2 Players)
River: ($228,124) 8 (2 Players)
I was the button in this hand. It's pretty easy to guess what kind of hand I had. My thought is more about if I have the Queens, how would I play this.
Preflop I would raise to around 20k and if I were re-reraised I would have folded the Queens. I have too many chips to risk them against what has to be at worse AK. Am I too nitty? This seemed pretty standard to me given the stack sizes.
Results in white
I had aces and now 50% of the chips in play with 6 left. Ship the $1150 freeroll. Poker is easy.