From the stack sizes I think the preflop decision is quite crucial. When I put in 10% of your stack I am usually expecting to have to get it allin at some point. I don't really like the call preflop I would prefer to raise or fold, there is nearly a 50% chance of at least one overcard to a J on the flop and this makes the hand difficult to play against an early raise.
As played the raiser is pretty tight and from MP2 can expect a range something like:
the flop is very good for JJ.
MP1 is not looking strong and although 3 players still in the hand a c-bet is still likely from MP2 so this does not narrow the range much, maybe to something like (88+,A9s+,KJs+,QJs,AQo+,KQo)
You do not have much fold equity, for ease say zero, so the EV of the bet is
EV = (your equity) * (final pot) - cost of bet
EV = (eq * 2745) - 1170.
The break even point is where the EV is zero (well ignoring any icm) and so:
0 = (eq * 2745) - 1170
eq = 1170/2745 = 43%
So the required equity is say 43 to 44%, not much adjustment needed for icm if not a FT and JJ is well ahead of this at this stage.
This depends on what ranges you put on MP2 but I would think even though 14/11 is reasonably tight this player does have a treble stack and so should really be wider than normal.
I would question the preflop part of the hand mostly.
BaseMetal usually drops in with the math side of things so wait for his input
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I hope I got the maths bit right, anyway always question the assumptions in the maths as it is really easy to think that an answer proves the best course - usually it only helps to illuminate the thinking.