KQ at 30:00 just cbet the flop. Not sure about his raise flop stats but if they're high I'd be happy getting it in against him. Check-calling just throws all FE out the window and into his hands.
92 two pair I raise way more on the riv, probably $6-7. We crush his range and he never folds Jx/Qx and maybe not even 9x.
9s at 33:20 well played
I think Paaalli was just picking up hands. He's so rarely bluff-raising that Kxx flop with two people yet to act. My guess is either a set, a slowplayed AK or a flush draw, but usually flush draws don't get that aggressive. HU I'd be pretty happy stacking that, I think. Unless he's a complete nit IP vs cbets.
A6 at 40:45 I don't like your reasoning of calling to 'see what he has' , but I do like the calldown. The guy's a maniac and he just lost a huge pot so he'll be bluffing
really often there.
77 at 41:40 I just give up on that flop. Those guys are terrible, they'll call pf with A2+, they won't ever fold any pair on that board, and they won't even fold KQ/QJ. Not to mention the FD.
Sorry, don't like the bluff-raise with A7 vs the massive fish. Flop is fine, but once he calls he'll have pairs and FDs a lot imo, and won't ever let go of either.
75o at 47:00 I'm happier letting him bluff than value betting into him.
AT at 54:00 is good, but I much prefer flatting AT in general. It's just so in-between with value vs bluffing and not knowing where you stand postflop makes me want to flat it more. Being in position makes it a lot easier to play though, so I don't hate 3betting at all.
58:00 call with 44! You've almost got implied odds
against just the 3bettor (paalli) and now the 60/11 big blind cold calls the 3bet and you've got more than enough. I think flatting just
the 3bet would be pretty marginal, but with the BB in it's an easy call.
24 where you flop the straight I like just pot-pot-potting it too. Both those guys are so bad and will look you up pretty light.
A8o at 59:15 I dont' like isolating the fish oop. As played I like just shoving the turn. You don't want to see yet another scare card for him (like a K) to scare out his 56 or 77 or whatever.
A8o at 1:00:40: I think I prefer check-calling the flop. Letting him draw for free is much of a concern than risking our stack or risking letting him bluff us off our hand (ie by building a bigger pot and having to fold to the riv). Maybe a block bet on the river there, you still often have the best hand.
KQ flat at 1:01:55 I like betting that flop. paalli flats behind you which means a SC or pair, and the initial raiser's check means he probably missed that too.
K2 just fold, that's complete spew calling the 3bet.