I could be wrong b/c i am new at this, but if the pot has 51c on the flop, and your stack is about 2.30, your SPR would be about 4.6. Because of this (as I understand it at least), when the flop hits, a decision to play the pot means you will be committing a considerable portion of your stack, and will most likely be getting it in on the flop or turn.
In this situation, on such a dry board, I can't see you getting called often by a hand that you can beat, especially against 2 players. I'd either c/c or c/f flop, more likely c/f.
As played, I am actually not sure at all what to do. I'd probably check and see what villain does.