The pre-flop play seems very counterproductive to me. Why min-raise? It tells
you absolutely nothing of the other players' hands. For whatever reason,the guy who called 100 then folded to another 100 (idiotic), so you got lucky there. But the guy in the big blind could have had a 4 5 and would have probably called you for that measley amount. What if the flop is Q 4 5? If you would have raised more pre-flop, at least you would know that he probably doesnt have 2 low cards.
You lost this hand with your pre-flop play. You could have taken a free $200 but instead you chose to allow him to draw-out on you. The only place I partly agree with your play on this hand is on the turn, where you didnt allow him to see a river for only $300 (though calling would have been stupid in MANY reasons, so it was partly common sense).
I dont know all the variables on this hand, like previous play of your opponents, so I'll just assume that you were switching up your play in order to try something different and see what happens. But I definitely wouldnt advise playin in this manner over an extended period of time.