ok. I think I did it. I made a video. Its hopefully available at the link below.
if not, please let me know, cause I did something wrong.
please let me know if this works.
thanks...oh...and go ahead and rip my play. I dont mind...thats the idea.
Notes as I watched:
2:30 easy fold with K3o on 4flush board, I'd probably have folded any river, bad turn card
4:25 I'd usually try to CR a late position bet here, I'd bet out with monsters only 5 ways.
5:40 discussing my ability to do audio - I spend a bit more time on each decision than you, I think you are playing a little too fast
6:25 KQo hand played well
7:45 nice fold with 66 vs UTG raise, I'd 3 bet a CO or button opener unless I had a read as very passive
8:20 yeah knowing SB is tight and bb unknown I'd isolate A5o here. no grief, river check fine, board too scary, nice hand
9:10 picking up clubs on the turn not really a reason to bet, bet if you think your hand is likely good vs his peeling range (it was, but just trying to point out what you should consider there)
9:55 A4o sb vs bb I think you played this well after he checks turn I like calling the river hoping to catch a bluff
10:30 K5s fold preflop vs tight UTG raiser!!
11:35 game may be a bit tight but you have awesome seat!!
12:50 45s I think is a bit loose from CO but good job trying to adjust to the tight guys behind you
13:25 with AJo 765 flop I think checking here 4 ways and basically peeling once and giving up is fine, 3 ways I'd definitely bet though. After they check to you on turn I think its close between giving up and betting again trying to protect your hand. I would not have called the river bet, you may have induced a bluff but the board is awful for you, the pot is medium sized, and your opponents are very passive, they probably rarely bluff there.
14:05 99 close to a 3 bet preflop for value, TT I'd 3 bet for sure. I'd check/fold the flop, it hits a PFR range way too hard. Easy fold when you have to overcall on the river.
15:00 KTo hand good turn bet when Ace hits, I'd give up on a low card hitting turn.
15:35 T8o limp I like but its close and marginal. 94s in sb on left table also close, the fold preflop is fine would definitely complete if there were 2 limpers.
16:45 I notice you didn't notice his short stack at all, all the money is going in anyway here, your thoughts are fine in general (see safe turn and then raise him again) but just pay more attention to stack sizes
17:20 Nope I guess I'm just a natural blabbermouth
17:55 Even K8o I'd fold preflop because raiser is so passive, likely dominated, I'd rather call with 87o. nice job trying to hand read the tight players on the river for monsters.
19:00 "range" is simple taking "he has a good hand" and looking at the board texture as well as your read on him to figure out what he considers a "good hand" on that board. So there if you think he has "a good hand" that probably means Tx, 9x, a mid pocket pair, or maybe a draw like QJ, or a set.
19:30 QTo hand I'd checkraise flop as a default.
20:35 I wouldn't say I "visualize" a range I talk through what hands make up the range as best as I can and try to be thorough so I don't lie to myself about his true range by forgetting some of it.
20:45 he's so passive I would not 3 bet the flop, I'd try to improve or check/call down. Use your stats read. I would bet out on the river, you improved to a very strong hand and he can have many worse combinations of sets, two pairs, small flushes, etc. This is where thinking through his full range would have helped you realize how many hands in the range you pulled ahead of on the river.
21:35 Fastplay and raise flop! Nobody will ever put you on quads. Ugh hate slowplaying on the turn. What if he has a big pair? You miss out. Also would have probably 3 bet preflop but its close with his pretty passive stats
22:55 good job taking notes, good call down when he could have a worse jack or a semibluff, but try to use your questions when he raised turn to guess his range, you basically said it "Jx, a straight, two pair, a flush draw".
24:00 Jeez you are running sick hot, nice river full house
24:35 bad flop call with 96o, not closing the action, drawing at the bottom end vs a passive player in a small pot.
25:15 KQo in sb with 2 limpers I think is close to a raise pre. Tight BB means I probably would. Well played postflop.
26:20 good isolation with tight blinds with K9o.
26:55 no we don't allow our video makers to drink and stuff in videos, but we can edit that out!
28:00 I agree, you ran so hot in this video but the hands were pretty easy to play, its interesting to get your audio comments though. I think in general you are too emotionally invested and not able to think logically at all times about the hands. The way I talk about poker in my videos is exactly the way I think when not making a video, unless I'm tilted
28:20 I would just call preflop because he's so passive (you have AKo). His flop check is pretty scary but its pretty tough to fold AK with such little action. River has to be close to a raise, but again his flop check is pretty scary (thinking set of jacks somewhat often).
29:20 AA turn bet is fine, standard bet bet bet.
30:00 If a diamond comes on the turn I don't like checking, too likely he has a single diamond and will call but will take a free card, no reason to get tricky vs most of these guys.
30:30 fine fold with A5o when passive guy donks into you. Could also call once and fold turn usually unless you improve.
31:20 I would definitely raise the river and call a 3 bet, he is so much more likely to have a set than a flush draw (most people would never cap the flush draw on turn). You got unlucky but I think you should have lost more.
Overall I thought you played very well but it was sort of an easy session to play and you ran well. As I mentioned earlier I think you are a bit too emotionally-driven in some of your decision making and I hope my comments about ranges were helpful. Looking forward to seeing what others thought about some of the hands as well.