i'm kinda doing this stream of consciousness as i watch:
9 minutes in, why would the half stack limper and especially the TAG limping behind have big hands? i think their ranges are weighted more towards garbage for UTG and pps/scs for the tag. i think limping behind is fine fwiw.
16 min in now, hero's table selection methods seem subpar. seems like youre just finding tables with open seats in the lobby; especially at FTP 200NL, youre just not going to be maximizing your EV without some better table selection. i recommend spadeeye 100% for this.
my thoughts about raising that 45o are that i prob wouldn't minraise against the super fish, i think i would actually almost always fold 45o here. but with lots of other weak hands, i would make it $5-6 here. against a couple tags i like minraising some of the trashier hands, but i think the fish will call way too wide for just $2 more.
22 min in, i hate squeezing j5o OTB there since we just got owned in the previous pot. the river b/f looks really bluffy i think so trying to make a bluff hte next hand is less likely to work.
22:40 i think fish would pot it with big hands a lot here and not just weak stuff, but i agree calling is best. i like to give the PSB respect until i see otherwise early in the session. i dont like betting the turn for the same reason. i also kinda disagree that a fish has nuts or air on the river with the PSB; i think its more likely for a bad player to just bet something random. turns out i was wrong to be so cautious, but early i hate donking stacks off to the fish, and prefer to just wait for something a little stronger before calling down. so maybe i need to reevaluate the way i play these types of aggro fish. i guess i freeze up too much when the pot it or something?
29:30 i think a 18/9 tag will be limping pretty weak hands UTG, weak enough that we can still isolate him with K9. probably not with his actual stack size, but i would probably raise if he had like 60bb+. even if he does limp/call AJs like you said, he still will play super-straightforward and c/f when he misses the flop.
32:15 completely agree with jamming the turn, looks bluffy, doesnt let him pot control, and theres no reason either of us should have a 9.