2 mins table 2: 44 in CO. With shorty in BB I would be min raising/folding. Raising to 2 is bad as I think once shorty shoves you should fold.
10 mins: Q
hate the raise OTB. The hand plays well in multi way pots. Once done and you flop 2nd pair that is a standard call also imo
12 mins: KQo table 1. Reraise or fold. Calling and folding flop is too weak.
14 mins A3o on table 1. C/R is terrible, villain will not be calling with a worse hand and I hate turning TP into a bluff.
17 mins: A8o OTB table1. Check flop back, there are a lot of 2 pair hands in SB's range and if they bluff raise you should fold.
25 mins TT on table 2: Raise size to 4.5 BBs UTG is too much imo
26 mins A
table 1. Give up when flush hits, you are OOP with a marginal hand. Difficult to extract value from worse.
27 mins table 1: QTo. Fold preflop. You are not getting the implied odds and villains pre flop range is really small.
28 mins Q5o table 2. Just fold, your hand is a bag of spanners and the limpers don't fold often enough pre or post flop for it to be profitable. As played, the turn when checked to you twice. Your line is so weird that your hand looks like 66 or nothing on the river. Any half deent player should be calling you super light in the river.
30 mins table 2: 86o in BB. Folded to SB who min raises. I would just fold this and defend with hands like QT/KJ etc. Also, your 3bet is huge, Making it $3.50 is fine. Once called and he donks I wouldnt be making it so large either, his calling/folding/raising range to your raise of his donk is inelastic so he will perform the same action if you make it $8 rather than $13.
31 mins table 1: A
UTG raises to 3X, you 3 bet to 11.5X, I think thats a little too much as you will have position post flop and if he 4bets you should be folding imo.
33 mins A
You raise OTB, called in SB by a donk. When you cbet flop what hands are you hoping to get value from. I would check back flop and try and get 2 streets of value from there.
33 mins Table 4. 3
YOur raise size is too big. BvB. $1.50 is fine
34 mins: Table 2: 3betting QJo is bad even versus this donk
34 mins Table 1: K8o is a fold.
39 mins Table 2: I am not a fan of the 3bet with A7o also versus same donk as the QJo hand.3bet size still too big regardless imo.
42 mins: Q
Table 4. Why are you merging your flop raising range. YOu are much better off calling and seeing a turn. Once he calls and the A
turns I would be checking behind as his contining range from the flop raise is much stronger so betting that turn is pretty bad imo as you have turned a hand with a lot of showdown value into a bluff.
43 mins Table 2: JJ in SB. 23/18 who has been solid raises UTG and flatted by the retard. Why are you 3betting????????? You have a great hand to see a flop and you get to keep UTG's range as wide as possible and retard will likely stack off with worse post flop. Again, you are narrowing villains ranges and you have to play the hand OOP postflop if called. Raise 7
instead. There is no need to merge you SB 3betting range at micros, Keep it more polarised imo. As for shoving that turn, I can think of no worse way to play this hand barring folding preflop. You were only aided by how badly villain played his overpair with no
44 mins: 89o on table 2. I would 3 bet this hand preflop. If it was suited I would be more inclined to call.
44 mins Table 4. 3betting ATo from the blinds is just terrible. Post flop I just cant see too many hands you are getting value from when you bet the river. I think you should be c/c'ing here considering this is a 3bet pot and draws missed, i.e. let villain bet any missed draws as they likely fold most/all marginal hands you beat imo.
Overall you seem solid, but you cbet too much on the wrong type of flops and bet sizing should be looked at a little imo. Also, you seem to double barrell a lot and look for value too thinly sometimes and end up value cutting yourself.