ok I agree with Chuck, 69s on the button with those guys definitely open.
Another hand a few limpers and you complete A6o in the SB. I'd rather fold or squeeze here.
QT987 3-spade board you have A6 and fold to a 1/4 pot bet. This could so easily be top pair/anything here that's not a J or flush and usually a flush bets closer to pot anyway. I don't understand the fold.
KJ9 2-toned flop you have AQ and 3-bet a minraise he donks for like 1/3 pot I would raise that all day. If he donked for closer to pot I'd be more inclined to think he was betting to protect but that bet smacks of either just a fish wanting to show down 9x/Jx/low PP cheap or draw cheaply and I think he folds to a raise a ton of the time. Plus we don't exactly have air, we have a gutter as well as an over (and like Chuck said our Q could even be good).
33 in the SB, shortstack UTG limps and 60 BB stack in BB, I really don't like completing here.
Positional awareness - you raise KJo UTG but fold 68s from the CO unopened and there was another one where on the button with like T8o you were going to fold and called it a marginal open when Chuck told you to raise.
Chuck calls FR more mechanical. Play some 2/4 (that's the 6max stakes you're playing now right?) FR sometime. You'll likely be surprised at the amount of people who 3-bet in the 7-9% range and some hands that regs will 5-bet bluff shove.
Near the end, checked down on KQJ flop K turn A river you have A5 shortstack checks river that has to be a bet. He never has you beat ever and he has enough Qx/Jx/underpairs that may call a smallish bet. Of course he has 45 and you can laugh about it but not betting there is missing a ton of value.
One other thing I noticed was bet sizing. Seems postflop overall bets are just way too big. You need to think about what hands will do what on various boards and tailor your bet sizing towards that. On dry boards when they can only continue with hands like sets or air there's really no point to betting big while on other drawy boards you want to bet bigger to charge draws and such. Obviously that's just a simplification but try to think more about what you want the bet to accomplish instead of just betting w/e your script tells
Good video, thanks for making .