The zoom-in thing is kind of annoying and disctracting to be honest . I say just keep it simple and record normally.
Kxs hand where you hit the flush, it's definitely a good idea to overbet for value as I don't think they can ever fold top pair or better. nh.
57s on the button may not be a good isolation raising spot, but I think you can limp there. Your implied odds
are pretty high, plus you can steal some pots where the board is really dry.
AQs hand, very well played. He'll occasionally have bluffs in his range as well as other weakish made hands that can't really stand to a reraise on the flop, so just calling and letting him fire again on the turn will get you a lot more value than just shoving or reraising the flop. wp.
68s hand you have to bet that turn. Consider if someone has a draw on the turn to the club - by checking the turn and betting the river you're getting the least possible value from him.
You're definitely tight, and seem to be borderlining on weak-tight in some spots. Like 3betting QKs is somewhat aggressive, not weak-tight at all. Not betting that 68s out of fear of a flush is weak-tight though.
KTo should definitely be a button steal folded to you (right before you leave the table).
wp with the AKs. You definitely
will run into guys that bad at 10nl. I see them daily at 200nl. You have nothing to worry about with moving up, there are fish at every level. They're just generally a little harder to find, and the regulars get a little better, but so will you.
Reraise a little more with the QQ, 24c-30c or so. Postflop is fine, like you say you just never ever fold that hand. Donk bets all in like that from fish are so rarely big hands.
lol, 44 hand is standard too. Don't worry about that one.
AT I like just leading though, you're turning your hand face up a little bit by check-raising. Just bet-bet-bet.
Good stuff, it looks like as long as those beats don't tilt you much you'll do fine moving up.