Another hand where you 3barrel the same opponent again. Given the huge ammount of extra draws turning, and all of them missing, and your sreenname, and you having 3barreled him like 2 orbits ago in the 34o hand and getting a fold, wouldn't it be better to just give up? Even if your range is so balanced that he's making a -EV call with a ten, given that you just 3barreled him recently, it just felt like you'd get looked up alot to me.
And given the drawyness of the board, presumably he's not slowplaying anything, right? So if his range on the river is mainly Tx or 99, what about overbetting with a balanced range? The larger bet allows you to have a higher bluffing frequency, so if he has a bluffcatcher 100% of the time, an overbet has the highest EV with your range. He needs to slowplay monsters on the turn for a river overbet to be a bad idea on this board, right? Which he probably isn't doing...
Dan and I talk about that a bit later in the video, about how it probably wasn't a good spot to barrel considering I just 3 barreled him and my reputation.
Overbetting is an interesting idea, except that I don't really expect to get folds often enough from Tx to make it close to profitable. I probably wouldn't overbet with KT or AT so by overbetting it polarizes my range in a spot where I don't want to be polarized.