I'm using this blog post to share my thoughts on the video posted by andrewgreve
Table 3 - 00:22 Whole hand looked pretty horrible, although I'm not sure if you had a read because this guy is insane.
However, I will assume no history and that villain is a random.
98o Preflop is a bad call - could be ok if suited and he was playing 100bb.
You shouldn't raise flop or bet turn.
Call flop because you have decent equity against any hand (including sets) but by raising you (normally) fold out worse hands and keep in ones that beat you (not what actually happened I know but the theory is sound).
Turn - when he bet/calls the flop he should really have top pair minimum. Take a free card because by betting you turn your hand into a bluff as his turn check/calling range 'should' be ahead of your hand.
Table 3 2:04 - A7h you can open UTG.
Table 3 3:30 A5o is a bad defend, 3bet as a bluff or fold, you can't make any hand for value so take the initiative or fold. I do like the donk bet on that board though.
Table 3 5:40 - AQ played perfectly but make a note he made a blocker bet (1/3 pot) on the river with 2nd pair
Table 3 7:30 - 53o bet the flop when checked to, as played bet 0.15 on turn and raise just less then pot when the c/r the turn. Just BET MORE in general. You gave him a chance to get away if a 4 or 6 came on the river.
Table 3 9:00 I would open to 5x. Check raising makes no sense, why turn TT into a bluff? Normally I would cbet this dry board 1/2 pot for protection vs overcards or check/call to bluff catch.
Table 3 10:30 ATo is not really strong enough to call here although suited it may be.
Table 3 11:54 77 is a good fold vs. a nits 3bet
Table 3 13:15 bet the flop as before.
Table 2 13:54 I would open JTs here
Table 1 14:47 your note should say 'Limps 99, then shoves 100bb over a 3x raise and a call. Also make a note that the other player flatted AKo oop to you iso of a limper.
Table 3 17:12 This a good sb open vs. a nit and a good note
Table 1 18:22 Kx is an open from the sb imo
Table 2 21:14 just bet the flop he is check folding a lot here. Be prepared to bet 2 streets in case he gets stubborn with AK.
Table 2 22:26 you can open K8s from the effective UTG+1 with a nit in the bb
Table 1 23:57 make a note this guy 3bet jammed his whole 200bb stack!
Table 3 24:30 AT played perfectly - but your note is wrong. You should not re-raise 'when you have it' because you need to let him keep bluffing his air - re-raising folds out his bluffs, let him keep bluffing and call down with decent top pair type hands. Also note his river bet was half pot to fold out missed flush draws - his value bets may be a different size which we may see later.
Table 3 26:05n I would 3bet 86o as a bluff here. He has reg stats, our image is clean and it is really hard for him to continue without a premium hand.
Table 2 28:38 Great river overbet and exactly what I would do. After that I would just shove over his minraise; he never folds a Q here and he has way more bare Qs, flushes and str8s in his range than full houses. BTW I made sure I typed that before I saw what he had