Fold pre, early on in the tournament, plenty of better spots to get chips later. He's not raised before and you're not going to gain much equity at the chance of risking your tournament life. 450 chips is committing 25% of your chips pre-flop.
It's a wet board, what do you do when he re-raises your c-bet? Lots of hands would do that, any two over-cards, flush draw, etc.. You end up pot committed then come the turn, and you've risked your entire tournament life on pocket ten's when there's 8 players in.
Recommend you read Kill Everyone if you haven't already, it's available here on amazon
There's a few good eBook's available online for free too which apply lots of the strategy tips in books like Kill Everyone too, one example I've stumbled upon is available here: SNG Strategy Guide
Generally speaking though: save your chips for later in the tournament, unless you have the nuts or very close to it and are confident of a double-up.