I'm still relatively new at the live play, so there were some things I want to clarify. PLEASE read these either during or after you watch the video.
11:08 - I didn't meant to say or give the impression that KTo is bad vs a 35 bb stack. It's actually a pretty good hand since it's got good high card value, and you'll feel comfortable getting all-in whenever you flop a K, T, or draw (which will frequently include an overcard or two). The reason I folded is because it's very marginal (and -EV imo) from the hijack in a typical situation, and a pretty loose shortstack on your left doesn't add value to the situation. I'd raise it in the CO for sure.
14:45 - I guess I was concentrating on talking so much that I didn't notice it go from 7k hands to 300. So I stand by what I said originally. 24 attempt to steal tells me he isn't open raising too light from anywhere, and 7k hands is plenty. 300 is sketchy though.
17:30 - I neglected to mention that you'll be able to bet-call or crai with A-high on some flops, which is a big benefit of A-high over K high.
20:00 - I got off on a bit of a tangent about the 3-betting, but basically what I'm saing is that it's ok to not 3-bet JJ and TT. Their value correlates very strongly with the amount of 3-betting you're doing yourself. If you're 3-betting a lot of weak hands, then you have to be 3-betting JJ and TT. But if you only 3-bet the goods for the most part, then I prefer calling, especially if you have a loose image and can play JJ hard on a lot of flops and get paid by worse hands.
21:10 - His 6 and 4 were outs too, but the point still stands. If you're check-calling with 6 high, usually it's a good idea to bluff somewhere.
24:00 - I don't love the way I explained about the 3-betting. I should've said that you need EITHER a hand OR a good situation, in addition to the situation being set up for you. If you have a great situation (such as tight opener, you have position, you haven't 3-bet him in awhile, and last time you 3-bet him you showed down QQ, or some combination of those), then you don't need a hand. But in an ok situation, it's better to have something of value like ATs.
28:00 - I said I'd sometimes check an ace twice. That's not true. I'd be putting him on some sort of pair on the river and bet for value. He's not that aggressive so I'd bet the turn with an ace as well.
29:20 - I was a bit flustered and didn't explain why I folded the A2s. When you're deciding to call against a steal, one important factor is how aggressive your opponent is. A lot of the value in calling A2s is being able to get to showdown cheaply with your weak hands, and getting off cheaply/getting max value when you hit an ace. An aggressive player will make these tough, so I have to tighten up. Against a mediocre and preferably weak raiser, I'll usually call the A2s.
37:42 - I missed that he posted there. I should've been tipped off by the dead SB but for whatever reason I wasn't. I'd have definitely raised the K7o if I had seen that,
42:50 - I said cards don't matter. They matter, I just meant to say I'm raising any 2.