I think you really butchered that hand (In every sense of the word).
What I would've done Is do things totally differently.
A) Attempting a squeeze from the BB with all those "Limpers" In a .33 satty, Is Ill advised, for many reasons, but the simplest of reasons would be "The short stack" (I think his/her stack was 1650) wasn't going any-where+The fact that you'd be OOP If/when called. Since players are "Open limping J10o" what are the chances that they "Fold when you raise"? Than you also have that "Monster stack who had like 33k ish" (Note to self, monster stacks don't typically In Micros Limp/Fold) and It would be more so the case that the "10Jo calls, maybe the 1650 folds and that Monster stack also flats".
Now the flop, I hate the fact that you A) checked and didn't even attempt to build the pot to get stacks ITM easier on later streets "If/When, you do actually hit". Yet I kind also understand the "Why" you didn't bet, as you were OOP and had many "Limpers" In the pot and you didn't wish to bloat/Inflate the pot, while being OOP, on the of chance you don't hit on the turn+river (So that's really also understandable).
Now on the turn. I really don't like that size. I mean, you bet :250:1600"? By that time It gets to the J10o player he/she Is getting 8.4:1 and they only needed 11.9% to make the call a "Break Even" call. That being said, had you bet more than you actually bet, you would've lost "Everything" yet (That's thinking about results), and not really "Thinking about your own play".
Now when they "Min RR", you than call? I guess you must've thought about "Some players were holding flush draws+sets"? Yet If you thought "Some players were holding sets, than why RR on river"? So It's only the "Flush-Draws" (I can only guess), that had you worried, unless I'm missing something?
So now on-to the river. This was your biggest blunder In this hand. On top of that "Terrible turn sizing", you than compound error on-top of error, by A) Betting 1/4th, since the "Flush doesn't get there", you than think to yourself "I want value"? Which Isn't really a bad thing at all, but If you want "Value", than shouldn't you at-least bet "a valuish sizing"? Than after that, your "Villain" decides to go for the "Old Min RR" at this point you should be noticing (That something Isn't right), I mean you don't beat much, and your "Villain" showed that he/she "Liked their hand enough to Min RR on turn". So why, are we even 4betting or putting In the 3rd RR after they raised us on the river In the first place?
For what It's worth, I'd have gone busto, as I'd have GII on turn and/or flop but I'm never gonna GII on river, nor call on river after It's been raised that many times.