In the first hand I think we need to be raising here. When we are set mining we want to be mining against a villain with a super small range and a deep stack that they are willing to get in. Getting value from our set is made much easier by being in position. The fact that our hand is strong and that we are out of position should lead us to want to raise here, all the villains have super wide ranges and will most likely fold to a raise, we don't want to set mine against multiple opponents if we can help it. Winning the pot pre flop here is what I am looking to do with TT, and having my hand strength be the backup if that is to fail. Yes playing a large 3-bet pot OOP is not ideal but I think that the strength of our hand can compensate for that.
On the flop I think we have to bet. You say that you were worried that your hand would not hold up at the show down and thus you were disinclined to donk the flop. This is a wet board which means that a lot of our opponents ranges will have draws. This is good for us as we have a very strong hand, we need to bet as much as we think a draw will call without giving them the correct odds
to call. I'm probably betting pot.
The turn isn't great but again I think we need to bet, for the same reasons as the flop. When one of the villains leads out for .10c I think we should raise, Villains range definitely includes random pairs that will just flat our raise, and if villain 3-bets we can be pretty happy in folding knowing we are beat.
The river is the nut worst card in the deck for us, I think check folding is fine, maybe we can try a blocking bet and fold to a raise but I'm not sure if that is good or not.
On hand 2, we don't fold KK pre for <100bb against an unknown at 5nl. AK is getting it in here all day.
On hand 3; when we are betting for value we need to think about how villains pre flop range hits the flop and then decide what portion of that range do we want to target with our value bets. If we think that villain makes a lot of middle pair hands then we need to size our bets to what we think the villain will call with middle pair. If villain has top pair most of the time then we can bet accordingly. Target a specific part of villains range and stick with it, if they fold then we can be safe in saying that villain didn't have the targeted part of their range this time.
As for the hand, I think raising or folding from UTG is ok with TJs. Ok so on the flop what part of villains range do we think hits this flop and what part of that do we want to target? Villains range is super wide so we have a large portion to target. I think villain will call a large bet with the majority of their range that wants to continue here as they don't make very many middle pairs. The part of villains range that continues is mostly flush draws and some pocket pairs mainly 88 - TT, so we bet as much as we think villain will call with those hands, .20c is good, I would only be going higher from there tho. next time try .30c and see what happens.
Turn is a brick so exactly the same again, and .55c is good. What I would start to think about before I bet is how likely it is that I can credibly get stacks in on the river, this should be something we should be thinking about on the flop, especially if we think that villain has some hands in their range which will stack off against us, but in this situation it is hard for villain to have a hand that wants to do this that we beat.
The river bet is good as well, I think villain probably had 88 -TT, maybe even 66 or 77, these hands probably don't call a shove so your bet is good. Remember if we get information that villain is bad then we should be shoving here a lot.