re: Poker & 4-tabling 25NL 6max
A7s at 36:30 I like limping behind, see if we can get the button in too.
AKs vs the 22/20 is standard
89s at 48:00 I don't see the point raising a short stack who calls with %50+ of his hands only to give up post. I fold pf, but as played I bet that flop.
heh, yeah same with J9
The mindonk at 48:50 is hardly ever a hand, but on a board like that it's sometimes goinng to be OESD's or GSs that call. I don't think raising is spew or anything, but just something to think about - the more drawy a flop is, the more likely he is to stick around.
TT at 56:30 I think we should call down against that guy. I 3bet pf actually - he's like 30/30!
Overall I can see what's going on with the tilt and what not. You get beat, then you start tilting, and just want that next big hand to hold, and when it doesn't, the problem just compounds itself. Again I'm stressing you should do this - multitabling more (and playing FR) lets you get over big slumps quicker because you're running so many more hands. I mean playing 4 tables you get aces cracked, start steaming, and have to wait like 1/2 hour before you pick up another good hand. Playing 12, you wait just a few seconds.
Anyways I definitely think tilt is affecting your game and you should look into buying some 'away from the table' books, like ace on the river, the poker mindset, and elements of poker. Another one I'd suggest is zen and the art of archery - a lot of it is about the breathing I was talking about.
AJ at 57:30 I think we just bet the turn and get it in. Plenty of smaller aces and other QJ/KJ/KT/QT hands with flush draws that will stack I think.
QQ at 1:02:40 I think we should just be checking this flop. A king isn't a likely card to have hit them (AK 3bets pf, KQ is in there I guess), but they just aren't calling with worse pairs, especially in a 3-way pot. Even if they do, they'll often take the pot away from you on the turn like that guy did.
As an overall thing, you raise the same amount in pos as from the blinds, I think you should tack on a BB to your raises from the blinds.