Hand 4: Give up after the flop.
Hand 5: Probably raise a tad bigger pre so you don't get 11 callers. Bet the flop. As played probably bet smaller on the turn, hard for them to call you with anything here.
Hand 6: Fold UTG.
Hand 7: You have to squeeze here, Meitz looks like he's pretty loose and the cold caller shouldn't have much, make it $800-$900 to go and call a shove. As played I guess we're set-mining, so fold the flop.
Hand 8: Fold pre. After UTG limps, your limp invites the whole table to squeeze or limp and KJo plays terribly in a multiway pot. Would raise to iso with KJs here. Postflop plays itself, looks good.
Hand 9: Probably just bet the river yourself, might even overbet it.
Hand 10: Is fine, just bet way way smaller on the flop.
Hand 11: Fold the flop.
Hand 12: Don't complete here.
Hand 13: Probably raise pre (or fold), if you're going to limp along here I'd raise this flop. If you're not going to get a little fancy postflop when you flop some equity you might as well fold offsuit connectors; if you had JTdd this is an easy raise and get it in obv.
Hand 17: C-R is practically turning your hand into a bluff. Bet the flop yourself.
Hand 18: Um wat, limping KK in the SB is horribad, again like Hand 17, you're almost turning it into a bluff, all worse folds.
Don't see anything you could do much with in your folded hands, Prosar looks pretty loose and the A9hh hand is probably ahead of his range but there's too many people behind.