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Andrew, you said you like when coaches get challenged, so here goes...!
On the raise on table 3 at 19'35 where you slate the reg for his raise with JcKc on the 9cTcAx board. You described it as "terrible". I think this is too strong. After all:
1. I disagree with you that Kristy is very strong when she cbets into 3 players here. Rather, I think she is cbetting all her A's, most often with the intention of folding to strong heat.
2. This in itself opens her up to making a big mistake on a later street, either by folding her best TP or calling if she thinks she's being bluffed/floated on a club or Q.
3. Very often the PFR (Kristy) does indeed fold an A when her cbet is raised. On this occasion, as it happens, the player in the middle called, but the majority of the time he folds (all his small pairs, all his BW/BW non-draws, maybe some weak A's) and so the action gets back to Kristy and she folds a lot of those Ax hands. Or, she flats and cks the turn giving KcJc either a free card or licence to bet us off what is still the best hand. Either way is good for KcJc.
4. When KcJc flats and the player behind and Kristy just call and the turn then bricks and Kristy chks, this KcJc player will now have to chk too and probably have to fold all his equity v. the guy with the set. He'd just have to hope that the setted player either offers the direct odds to cc or that he cks behind (for some reason!).
5. There will be instances when the KcJc player raises their monster draw and gets re-shoved on by a worse hand. I accept this is balanced somewhat by the times he gets re-shoved on by a better hand, but considering KcJc has blockers to many of those better XcXc hands (AcKc, AcJc) that is somewhat lessened as a factor. AcQc is the only disaster hand for Kristy to have and that's 1 combo.
6. You say that KcJc can call and see what happens...but when he flats and the guy with the set raises, it is optimistic in the extreme IMO to hope Kristy will spazz over the top with AJ type hands. So the increased odds you mention KcJc having by shoving at that point seem unlikely to occur that regularly.
7. KcJc in just calling is offering odds to some worse hands to re-draw with worse equity. Again, in this instance KcJc is in trouble continuing on the turn if an 6, 8, J or pairing card hits. That's quite a lot of cards 3-way.
8. When the setted player 3bets KcJc's flop raise of Kristy's open, KcJc is getting it in at their top equity point v. a set (erm, I think! I'll need to stove it but want to make this post based on my gut).
I don't think I'm saying that raising is optimal, but I am just struggling to see it as as huge a mistake as you are.
Enjoying the series a lot BTW. A lot of stuff here is applicable to 100NL and maybe even 200NL players looking to brush up on some really important fundamental concepts that can easily be forgotten in the heat of battle.
Ed: Meh, sorry for long post, and I think my Point 5 above is wrong, since any AcXc hand is bad for KcJc.