Okay, I watched the first episode. It was a minor disappointment, but I'm going to watch at least a couple more so that I'll see more of Vanessa's postflop play, before judging her too harshly. Basically everything Vanessa says in the powerpoint part (which wouldn't play well on my VLC for some reason) was ok, obv. position is important etc. But saying pairs are trash and you should just limp behind for set value, and hands like T998 being bad is just bs. T998 is obv not a great hand, but it's a hand I raise every time in shorthanded games. It does have favorable flops and plays reasonably well. The comparison to some PLO tourney where Josh Arieh called 30% of his stack with A229 was out of line, because PLO tourneys and cash games are so so different. A229 is trash, I wouldn't call with it in cash either, but you shouldn't compare tourney and cash PLO pretty much ever. In tourneys you play shallow stacks, and high card value goes way up compared to deep stack cash.
In the later part of the video, we get to see some of your game and I was not hugely impressed. Right off the bat you call the red pro a fish by raising your flop bet with nfd + gutshot to the nuts. There's nothing wrong with that raise. This time you had top set, but let's face it, how often are you gonna have top set in a 3bet pot on a JTx board? Even against top set his hand has 35%+ equity. His raise has huge fold equity, as what are you going to do with your UI aces or 7865 type middle runs there? Obv you fold and he rakes the pot with A-high. The red pro's (Beevers?) mistake IMO was calling your 3bet preflop, since barring specific reads, his hand plays very poorly against a standard 3bettors range. Even considering that his PF call isn't horrible, even if it's slightly -EV. Once he hits a great flop such as the one he hit, with 12 nuts outs, folding would be obv be terrible, and then it's just a matter of mixing it up between calling and stealing later, and raising right away.
A bit later you get aces OTB, raise and get 3bet from the blinds. You stand a chance of 4bet getting almost 50% of your stack in with above average aces. Why you don't do it there is above me. Now if you had said something about mixing it up with regulars, just calling with aces etc, it might have made some sense, but just flat calling without reasoning is pretty bad. Otherwise it's a 100% standard 4bet.