watched the first half of it (up to 45 mins or so), made random notes as I went along.
9:00 - I raise 55 (and any pair tbh) vs what appears to be a weak LP limp.
16:40 - Folding KQo UTG with two biggish stacked LAGs in the blinds is pretty standard
General: Why not take notes in "xBBs" fashion as opposed to "x chips at y/z blinds" fashion?
25:05: Probably a fold w/A9 is standard here but with the two tightest players at the table in the blinds I would occaionally raise this (~25% or so). Just surprised you folded it without comment. Actually nvm, opponents stacks aren't ideal as you'd have to be calling 3bet shoves from half the table, but again, was just surprised you apparently autofolded.
31:44: SNAPCALL! Dunno why you were so nervous about calling, you crush the LAGfish's range here.
37:40: I probably steal with ATC from the button here with a bigstack on the FT bubble and with two v short stacks left in the tourney. Thought it was amusing you stole with 74o from the SB then folded J6o next hand OTB.
39:48: The thing is, a lot of the time they're not going to fight back. I like not to auto-assume people will get bored of me stealing in bubble situations and will play back, but instead wait for any actual indication that they're going to play back before tightening back up. You have the stack to absorb a resteal, and regardless, most of the time they will just keep folding because they want to FT (look at that guy with like 4BBs who folded his SB when folded to, for example, heh).