0:00 Table #1 J8s, I lead this flop, I feel as though c/c is usually horrible - although I do it way too much too
1:10 Table #1 KJs BvB, flop 4h2dKh. Calling that 3bet OOP is sooooooooper thin unless you are making moves post a lot. You flop amazingly well obv. If you think he's bluffing
, why raise him off it? If your read is that he's likely to see your c/c as weak and will barrel, let him. You say, "I seriously doubt he's got anything here, so I can overbet this and he's gonna fold. He's really not got a lot there, and he's outta position." You don't want him to fold! You've got TP in a 3bet pot, you want him to call!!! Admittedly he cbets very small, so raising is obv a decent option, but raising to get him off his bluff when you have such a strong hand goes against everything I understand about betting in poker. Oh, and he's not OOP, you are.
So, normally, do not call 3bets OOP (does he fold to 4bets?). If you're familiar with him as you say, then do not be on his right if he 3bets light a lot. Also you refer to this hand as a steal spot. I would be raising that hand for value, it's got pretty high cards in it.
3:20 Table #4 A7o, tight fold in the CO. I would prob open that up.
5:40 Table #4 A4s BvB. You called a 3bet OOP again, this is really bad. Talk to coachy about this.
9:00 Table #2 77. I think you had a brain fart here. You stabbed at the QQJJ (cool), and he raised you and you called (not cool). That's a fold. On top of which, your 7s are counterfeited here. As I say, perhaps you just didn't notice it owing to the bright lights of CC stardom.
10:30 Table #2 98s BvB you limp (I don't like this) and then you check an AQ5r flop (I don't like this either). Villain checks it back and the turn is a 3 or something. You should bet here 100% (you should have bet flop but now you must bet this turn). Anyways, you check it down and he wins with xx. It should have gone: you open raise, he folds or calls, flop you bet and he folds. I even prefer open folding here over limping.
14:45 Table #3 87o, I like your turn stab.
16:00 Table #1 AA, you first talk about /maybe/ 3betting here. Yes, 3bet by default unless he folds to 3bets a LOT* or you have a mad squeezer in the SB or someone so bad that you want them in the pot too (as in, 'it depends' but normally default to 3betting). After you 3bet you notice that villain is a little bit short and that you might have wanted the BB in the hand. I like that thinking, but I still like 3betting more. As for the flop call, wp.
*Personally I prefer widening my 3bet range if they are likely to fold rather than taking out the premiums. For example, in a hand earlier (table #4) you flatted A3s OTB instead of squeezing. You could have considered squeezing there, but I would have to be more au fait with your HUD to know for sure.
28:00 Table 3 AJo ("Donklets" lol) make your bet bigger, maybe 5bb. I like your cbet, but you state that the BB is OOP (you are in the SB). This is the second time you've said someone is OOP when they are not. I don't know if it's just because you're making the video or whether you are really making that mistake? Anyway, fold to his flop raise.
We've chatted a bit in the Skype group, so I won't put anything else up. I will be interested to see what other people say though.