The turn was the Issue here, but going beyond that, the call preflop OOP from the SB, was In a nut shell "Wrong". I don't say It's wrong because you called and would be OOP post flop but wrong because you're only hoping to flop 2pair+ In that situation. So If you're only hoping to flop 2pair+ as a pair of queens can't really be great enough to want to get stacks ITM with, than what are you really doing with the hand In the first place? Since blinds were low, you really didn't need to complete. Yet since you did that, then you flop 2 pair, and bet, fair enough.
Yet once called, you need to actually figure out what this player, Is calling a flop bet with that doesn't raise preflop? Since turn completes alot of the "Calling Ranges" your bet really does nothing for you, since It's only bloating the pot up+All hands that beat you at this stage aren't folding.
So, you still decided to bet. Ok again, I ask you this question, why In the world would you bet 210, when the pot Itself at this stage was 180?
Now that you made this pot-size over full bet (Thing), and got "Re-Raised", what In the world are you doing calling? What could you possibly beat here? This size of a "Re-Raise" Is 1 of 2 usually, A)I have the goods and want to make It look like I'm afraid and/or I don't want you to draw out on me. B) This size of raise, should let you know you're dead, or drawing very thin (In your case 2 other queens+2 other 3s+ the spades). That being said and done, the player's bet made It unreasonable for you to get the proper odds
to making the call needed to chase the flush with only the river to come.
In conclusion, as others have stated "Dons" aren't really about finishing 1st but about "Chip Preservation", the better you are at preserving your chips the better you'll become and the more you'll be cashing In them In the long run.
FYI, I want to know, how In the world did you come to the conclusion that this player "Had to be bluffing"?