Thoughts on the second 1/3 of video...
11:20 Table 2 - Q2o open in SB, check K66 rainbow flop. If you are going to open the SB with Q2o, you should be betting this flop.
11:59 Table 2 - J9s. I would 3 bet or call this based mainly on the players in the blinds. If the blinds are really fishy, I would call because J9s will play well in position in a multiway pot. If the blinds are tight or laggy I would go ahead and 3 bet the CO open. As played, I like the bluff raise on the T74 flop with the backdoor flush draw and gutshot straight draw.
14:11 Table 1 - 99. I would just c/f the monotone flop. Even when you are ahead there are a lot of bad turn cards for you (any overcard or club). Villain is in position so he's going to be able to play his hand more profitably. If you were in position, a call might be fine. Out of position though, you will almost never be able to get to showdown with the best hand.
15:09 Table 2 - T5o. Opening the button with this hand is fine if there are nits in the blinds.
15:20 Table2 - 54s. Folding standard. Would 3 bet this sometimes as a bluff.
15:45 Table 1 - JTo. 3 bet or fold this preflop versus a BTN open. With JTs, I mix in both calling and 3 betting. With JTs, you can semibluff and bluff more flops, with JTo you don't have that option.
16:20 Table 1 - Q4s. I raise this in the SB versus the limper in the CO. You pick up dead money preflop and your hand is strong enough to play postflop, especially when you have a skill advantage.
16:34 Table 2 - 53o. I would fold this on a T85 two tone flop. Villain is almost always ahead, or has good equity against you.
17:00 - Noticed that the tables weren't that great. Even at a site that has a lot of tight regs, like Pokerstars, you could probably find better tables. Maybe you played on these tables for the video, to purposely put yourself in tougher spots?
19:30 Table 1 - LOL at cold call of the 3 bet with QJo by the fish.
22:57 Table 1 - K9o. You check the autofold box in the SB. Don't understand why you would open Q2o or T7o, but your plan was to just fold K9o if folded to you. Obviously you should fold once someone else raises.
23:10 Table 2 - I like the turn bet with KQs after villain checks back the 873 flop. If you did get called on the turn, I would bet any river - maybe give up on a A. A lot of times, players will peel the turn with overs and then give up if they don't hit on the river. Also, it's a good idea to take a note that villain checked this flop as the preflop raiser. We now know a lot about villain's range when he does this. He's probably not slowplaying a big hand when he checks these flops, since he folded on the turn and when villain does bet on this type of flop, we can give him a lot more credit for a hand, since he's checking air here.