(Late to the party, I know, but I just wanted to watch this video before looking at the new one from Crablar.)
About the top set QQQ vs nut-flush hand: am I the only one here who thinks the big mistake in the hand was betting the turn?
I mean, the guy's giving you a chance to catch up to his most likely holding for free on the river, why not take it? And if you miss, at worst you would have to sigh and call off a ~$100-140 value bet there, getting away cheap?
I'm checking behind there nearly 100% of the time -- the only exception is if I'm playing someone aggressive who I *know* would check-raise a flush draw on the flop, so flushes are eliminated from his range when he just check/calls.
I mean, the board (Q62T) was super-dry apart from the 3 diamonds. About the only worse hands you can get a call from on the turn with your large bet is 22/66/TT/QT.
(I believe you mention KJ/AdJx when you are trying to find a reason to call his c/r, but come on... KJ/AJ doesn't float that flop OOP. Besides, any draw he decides to semi-bluff with is much more typical to be a c/r *push* on that board.)
But hardly any of those combos makes sense up to that point, in my opinion. TT would most likely have been a 3-bet pre-flop. 22 and 66 would have either led out or -- perhaps more likely -- c/r the flop, because of the flush-draw. QT is unlikely because of card-removal factors, plus it would be a loose call pre-flop, OOP vs a 4x UTG open.
Crablar bet so quickly on the turn aswell, hardly taking more than 2-3 secs before firing out the bet. Is that turn bet really such an easy decision? Seems terrible to me, to be honest.
Actually, the whole session seemed pretty bad to me. I haven't played a lot of $3/6 yet, just a bunch of full-ring, and haven't played too much 6-max above $1/2, so I might not be competent to comment upon the session.
But there seemed to be a lot of spew... at least 3/4 the pot for every c-bet, usually with no draws or anything, and usually with no consideration to the flop texture, nor your opponent in the hand. And when you hit decent, flopping top two with QJ, you insta-checked in a nano-second. Huge timing tell, which repeated itself several times over. Lots of 3.5x - 4x pre-flop opens with weak holdings in EP, lots of calls with weak holdings in position where you just played fit-or-fold on any and every flop, again without even commenting on the flop texture.
Admittedly you ran bad aswell, set-under-set in BvB, flopped top set vs turned flush, flopped top two (with QJ) got a horrible runner-runner board with 4 to a straight (QJxTA), etc, but you were bleeding a *lot* of chips in addition to those cooler hands.