Hands from icemonkey's disaster day
Well if you read his blog
you'll see he has had a pretty terrible August so far and says he's quitting, which I doubt But really, it looks like he's having a hard time, so I thought we could help him out here. With all due respect to you IM, you're probably running bad, but the way you play your hands definitely isn't optimal. I think you have a lot to work on, but you can always turn things completely around. Quitting is for quitters!
$27 effective stacks
Hero raises JhJs utg to $1
folds to button who calls
Flop comes 7h7c2h
Hero cbets $1.25
Villain raises to $2.5
Turn is 7h7c2h4h
Hero leads for $4.75
Why lead here? If your opponent is on something like 88, he may not call, but he may bet again. If he was bluffing, you want him to keep bluffing. If he was on a flush draw, he got there. If he flopped trips or better, you're giving him money. Check-call the turn for a reasonable amount and reevaluate the river.
You 3bet to 2.75 which is way too small and I've noticed it's a recurring theme for you. Try getting the betpot script (http://overcards.com/wiki/moin.cgi/BetPot) (or mess with FTP's pot button) to see what a pot raise is. That'll give you an idea of what you should be reraising to. In this instance you should bump to like $3.5 or so.
I just shove the turn, but whatever. You're always stacking there.
Another recurring thing is your cbets are too small. 3/4 pot is pretty standard.
Turn was a little small too, but not terrible. You played the river fine, looks like a good fold to me.
Bump it up a little more with the limper. I like the 4bb+1bb per limper rule.
cooler and I think you played it fine
Again, you 3bet a tiny size. I don't have any reads on this guy, but I think stacking JJ in a bsb situation is just fine. Just a cooler.
Raise more pf being out of position and with the limper in the pot. 1.25-1.75 or so. Flop turn and river BET MORE!
As wv mentions in the comments, look at my 50k hand break-even stretch. It sounds like it's time for a break for you (tilt never helps), but when you come back and are playing for a few months, you'll realize how small of a problem breaking even for 9k hands is.
I'm busy for the next week or so, but I'm definitely down to help you out if you need it.