Unfortunately, I'm not one of the geniuses - but if I get it wrong, I'm sure they'll correct me .
First off - cooler, it's variance, don't sweat it. As played, I'm all in as well.
Second - everyone wants to slowplay a monster hand. In this case, I wouldn't have checked the flop. You're the preflop raiser, so you're pretty much expected to make a cbet even if the flop didn't help you. If nobody has an A, QK, QJ, or QT on this board (and really, you'd have to be dense to stay in the hand with a Q, and there's only one Q left), everyone's going to fold - but what card could hit the turn that would improve any other hand (I'm assuming AA/KK/JJ/TT would all have 3bet pf, so I'm assuming nobody's holding these) enough to have them call a turn bet?
So, on the flop - cbet around 2/3 pot depending on what you'll think they'll call. You've got virtually the nuts here (discounting AA and AQ) and you want to get all your money in now rather than later. You're in luck, because there's a chance BTN will raise your cbet w his trips, and you may be able to get him all in here - and if not here, then maybe on the turn. Betting the river here is trivial, since you're pot committed taking this line (and you ought to be pot committed, no question about it).
Then when BTN sucks out on the river, you curse variance for a few minutes, remember that variance makes poker profitable for good players, and forget about the hand (well, not really, but that's the ideal ).
EDIT - oh, configure the FT client to save your hand histories to disk, much easier to post in this forum.