Try to leave the time-stamps when you are commenting on the video, it's much easier to discuss.
In the first hand w/ AT92 hand you guys suggest possibly folding the flop. That is not even close.
We did not fold. In fact Chuck says, "I am just going to call here" and I say, "yes" right away. I only brought it up to give the viewer a feel on how important scooping is in a Full Ring split pot game. I actually say, "you could consider folding the flop, which sounds insane" hoping to elude tot he fact on what it is important, scooping.
Not bettting the turn in the A23Q doublesuited hand is awful, and someone mentions a "live deuce" which doesn't exist.
I have to agree with you about the lack of a turn bet. But I say, "You have a live deuce. Do you? Oh no you dont."
And you aren't thinking about necessarily the right things in the AKK4 hand, c/r the flop in general is probably not right as your equity is so much greater on a blank turn (assuming you can get a c/r in some of the time - which i think u could). That idea doesn't get brought up.
This is Full Ring-nit-box-O8 and no player is betting his naked A2 HU on a brick turn when we peel that flop. Fast playing is fine.
And I would argue that a LAG style does exist (you said it didn't) in six max play. Proof can be seen in the at high limit six max games on FTP. Go watch Phil Ivey, Patrick, Gus, Abe Mosseri, play and you will see a different brand of omaha. I think they take it too far, but thats neither here nor there. A Lag style does exist under those parameters. I only watched 10 minutes - I'll watch more and add some more comments.
I listen to quite a bit and couldn't find this comment. But I'm sure something is out of context again as I've played with all those players mentioned and they are all LAGgy (btw, Gus is not a LAG, he is a maniac) and I would never say LAG style does not exist 6-handed.