Pheew, he folded when you had 88, but why would you push over his cbet? Don't you think he's going to fold every hand you fold out now with a raise to about $100? If he has an overpair or a flush draw he will continue, otherwise he's going to fold. I don't think you need to push.
Same thing with the hand you stacked off with 99 (or was it 88 too?). Why not call the flop raise and bet 3/4 pot on a blank turn? If he has a draw he won't have the odds anymore, if he has a set you can still get away.
Also, the tumadre guy may be a fish, but he's pretty much owning the table. I feel he has a very clear betting tell though. Practically everytime he has a hand he bets 1/2 pot or less, when he's bluffing he's betting 3/4 pot or more (with the exception of the AJ hand he won, where he bet the river somewhat bigger). I love players like that and immediately put a note on them saying 'strong = weak'.
Other than that, you were right. This video does contain more big folds and someone running bad. I always find it interesting to see good players run bad as you always start to second guess yourself when you are losing. It's good to see other proven winning players losing hands that you might encounter yourself.
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