With out any reads/stats/info on villain this is almost impossible to analyse imo, but here goes any way.
I dont like the c/r on the flop because i hate stacking with a overpair 250BB deep.
I much rather just cbet this flop, bet the turn, and either bet the river for value or check/call depending on the texture of the board, and if villain raises any street we could just let it go.
Tell me what was your thinking when you c/r the flop? Did u intend to call a shove on the flop if he re-raised you all-in?
You really have to have a plan for how you are going to play the hand before you make any action imo.
Why did you check the turn? Have u been c/r bluffing
alot so u think villain is gonna bet the turn with air or where u afraid you where behind because he called the c/r? In witch case the c/r is obvs bad since then your basicly turning QQ into a bluff.
As played where in nasty spot, villain is leading 100$ into 395$ with 200$ behind and our precived range is probably only complete air and monsters(sets and overpairs).
I call here and c/c any river, shoving here folds out all his bluffs and alot of his Jx hands, there isnt alot of draws on the board and one of the two plausable draws he could be on allready got there(98).
If where ahead villain has 3-6 outs if where behind where probably drawing dead or have 2 outs so i want to keep in his weak hands and we might even get a free showdown at the river.