I think your bet sizing and strat could be better but you lost the minimum. So, slap it high? Generally, when you put in aggressive action on *this board*, your range should be polarized, with either really strong hands or airbluffs. using a large sizing in this situation is generally best because a small sizing doesn't get many extra value calls. There are no draws, lots of second pair and middle pair can't continue, etc. Same goes for the guy with 33. he should be trying to stack you but is so afraid of what you'll fold that he misses value. The strategy for *this board* is to have the right ammt of bluffs and play them with the same large size as your value range. The bottom of your value range will be quite high because people do fold a lot, so you will kc with some fairly strong hands, like A9, TT/JJ that can't win it or get hu pre, etc.
But please quit after playing your utg hand. Quitting on the button has to be one of the silliest things I see people do with regularity. you're losing money in the blinds. if you pay them, play the hands in the positions from which you're profitable. That should be all of them, including UTG, because if you weren't then you'd sit those out every time and profit. I'm only 3/4 serious, you should quit when you have a reason to but it looks like it's just your habit and not a specific reason this time.