I think overall you played well. Lol I sometimes wish I played like this. A few comments:
03:15 Table 3 K5o: I don't have an issue isolating any player who posts UTG, with any hand. Hand strength means nothing, it is never going to get to showdown.
04:20 Table 2 A6o: I think you miss an open here to play a hand against the fish in the BB. Any ace should be enough from the CO.
06:20 Table 1 Q5s: Not a huge fan of the squeeze with a hand that flops so bad. As played, I think you need to attack a lot of flops.
07:35 Table 3 97s: Basically I play by the rule to never limp the SB. In this spot I would prefer to open like 6x to iso the fish and take the lead. Post flop non-showdown winnings will follow. As played, not a huge fan of the barrel because we a drawing to a weak flush and have zero showdown value. He is going to continue to call with a major portion of his flop calling range and we could be drawing close to dead against Kx and FD's...
08:30 Table 4 T9o: I agree it is not a fantastic turn to barrel, however, I think your logic is flawed. You comment he holds a lot of PP and FD's in which case the Q is still a good card for you. I prefer barelling here opposed to the last hand.
10:40 Table 2 AKo: I think this is a good flop to cbet with AK high. He is calling with worse,, raising with better and few bluffs, and folding plenty of equity.
12:00 Table 3 QTs: I prefer to raise here, like 1/2 pot. Takes down the free money plenty and should also be noteworthy whatever the villain does after min leading.
12:40 Table 2 K4o: Absolutely no reason to autofold here - BB is 0/0 after 3 orbits and will fold to a steal plenty.
00:00 Table 4 KK: I would bet river to get value from a lot of PP's and non-believers. I think the action is pretty clear there are no A's around so KK is very likely to get called a lot.
04:00 Table 4: Keep iso'ing cause the Merge fish seem to have a very limited life span.
10:30 Table 4: I assume this is one of the most talked about spots. I don't ever mind iso'ing lol, but then again I sometimes take it too far. I don't think we are necessarily looking for worse hands to call, more just non-showdown winnings against his (what I think is) his huge fold to cbet stat.