re: Poker & MTT Final Table Bubble Q?
you slow play the flop and then pot control the turn? this isn't really valid when you are all in by the river with a 2/3 pot bet, make the decision for yourself.
When you slow play it's generally hands that are very hard to get outdrawn, any J q or K can be trouble cards for you here, so slowplaying one street is ok, but by the turn with your stack size, it's almost always a bet or check/raise all in before the river.
Having said that he likely calls and you lose anyways, but just a few things wrong with your thought processes here.