I would kind of like to turn your question upside down and ask "What do you think about the villain's play?"
As far as your play goes pretty standard, nothing particularly wrong with it, generally that's the way it is going to go down, win or lose. I think many would agree and maybe throw in a little "Yeah, you just got unlucky".
But the villain's play: I see play like that a lot. That's people playing marginal hands for large raises pre-flop, with like in this case, pretty good results.
Blinds are a hundred everyone has 18k or so. Seems early in the tournament first or more likely second level or so. looks like a deep stack. Could you tell us a little more, lengths of rounds and your impression of the player? How far into the tournament you actually where?
I am thinking the villain was thinking that early in a tournament its worth taking shots for small amounts relative to stack size, to get the result this guy did, double up and bust or severely handicap a player. After all even though your raise was strong relative to the blinds, it really was not much compared to the stacks at the table. I find I just dribble off to many chips trying to "get lucky" but I am wondering if I have been missing something, did villain make a good play? Are the kind of results the villain achieved worth the risk taken?