Hand 1 - You get 27s on the btn and raise 3x. You have plenty of chips so you don't need to steal the small amount which won't make a difference to your stack
Hand 2 - Good raise pre-flop. I've notice in this short amount of time that you cbet bigger when you have a pair or hit the board then you do with nothing. Bet around 2/3 around the pot normally. You probably should have cbet around 250 here.
Hand 3 - Fold pre-flop! it's an utg raise and your calling off a 1/9 of your stack with k9s. It looks a pretty hand but really it's very weak again an utg raise. The turn shove was dreadful. 975 shove to win 390. Bet around 250 here. If your called then shutdown on river. If they fold you win 390 for only a 250 investment. Saving you 725 chips then the way you played it.
Hand 4 - A10s in the sb and utg limped. I think raising is probably the worst move of them all. You still have 20 bb and against a loose player (by the way i have seen) and you will be oop. You did a nice cbet but this was because you flopped a pair. I'm sure if you didn't flop a pair you wouldn't cbet as much.
Hand 5 - Marginal here but i think it's a steal if they are very tight but if not then just fold. 2 callers and the flop comes A102. 1 check and you bet 500. If they shove you only have 800 left. Thats why i don't raise pre-flop. If you get called and then have to cbet, your gonna be pot commited. I think just c/f on that flop against 2 other opponents.
Hand 6 - I like checking pre-flop and checking the flop. Other times i'll bet out but on this wet board i think we should just give it up.
Hand 7 - Lot of limpers and just make up sb with j9s. You flop a flush draw and you c/c. I like that because you had good pot odds
. On the turn you made a good fold. well played.
Hand 8 - a8 from middle/early position. When the blinds : stack ratio get lower you can start raise 2.5x bb. Saves you the extra chips and means you can cbet less. But here i fold pre-flop. I am pretty sure you have at least 1 loose opponent to your left, probably two. The cbet you made of 500 is a little to big for me because a bet of 400 is still a large % of most your opponents stack. On that flop i might even be tempted to push. How ever much you bet you'll be hard pressed to fold to a shove. I say shove and let your opponents have the final move.
Hand 9 - You get ace 6 in the sb. There's over about 10% of your stack in the pot and you have a6. Easy shove. Don't raise to 3x and let your opponent shove. That call you did was pretty awful. Your not beating many hands and are behind to so many hands that would push here. Lets say he will push with any pp, any A5+, k7+ and q9+ and i added in a couple bluffs because that is a fairly tight range i put in. I put in 12 bluff hands by our opponents. Which is probably ott but it evened it out. With that range and your A6 it's a 50-50 coin flip. You don't really want to call of a lot of your stack for probably a small favourite or a coin flip.
Hand 10 - I like this fold. He hasn't played a hand yet (by what i've seen). I think a shove by us is also a okay play. Depends what out stack is. If we're short then we go with it. If we're deep we might go for it. If we're in the mid stack then we probably just let it go.
Hand 11 - btn min raises and we have j7s in the bb. We call which is the best play. flop comes 689. he bets 900 which is pot. This is a spot where we either push or fold. I don't know which one is better. I am a tighter play so i would just let it go.
Hand 12 - This is a hand where you think easy steal spot. i think this is a fold here. We have 17 bb so a raise and a cbet (and we get c/r) and our stack is crippled. A2 suit is only a 60% and he won't be calling with ramdon. Pretty much all of his range either has us crushed or a slight underdog.
Hand 13 - Fold q10 here. We're to short stacked to try 3x bb to steal. Raise 2.5x if your going to do it. You also have 1 loose opponent to your right (and we don't want a call). So fold pre-flop and look after our chips.
Hand 14 - Good fold with 5s. We are probably just beating his range but we don't want to call half our stack with for a coin flip.
Hand 15 - This is the hardest hand out of them all. i think i need stats to give an answer here. If he's raises about 15% of his hands then push. he seems a decent tag. Also he raises half his stack which normal means he's trying to get max value with a monster. I probably would have found a fold here but i might have just said that because of the result. I'm pretty sure i would have folded.
Hand 16 - easy shove with AK
I probably have made a few small mistakes but i am very tired and i will look through part 2 again and see if i need to change my answers.
Start folding rubbish hands pre-flop and you're a little to loose on the flop.
Start cbetting the same if you miss and if you hit.
Start using hand charts for each position you play. Early you should play any hand better then AJ and 88+. Middle position you should play 66+ and A10+. On the cutoff and button you can really open your game up and start playing lot more hands. Of course the hand ranges change by how your opponents are playing