j7 hand 3 minutes in : you said it yourself this is perfect card to 3 barrel with, just do it and get him to fold or if he calls get the image of a 3 barreling spewtard and just value town him later.
a9 5 minutes in or so: 262 flop, he has 80% cbet, i think you can call one bet and try to take it on the turn or call him down with A high.
being nit picky any reason why fold T8 on button? this guy is folding to your raises like everytime (twice)
33 where you hit your trips with a flush draw on the flop, you played it fine, that Q isn't the greastest card in the world but its also not bad, because sometimes he pairs his QKs/AQ which certainly is in his 3 betting range but you played it fine, I would of shoved also, but if you are playing an aggro thinking player, I think reraising flop to induce a shove is a good idea.
a7s 12 minues: if you are trying to create a an aggresive dynamics, 3 bet with garbage hands which are easier to play, but 3 betting a7s against this guy is bad, it plays so bad oop because his raising range on button is so small for heads up and he pretty much owns you because its pretty obvious even to a bad player.
a9: like the way you played it and talked through it, if he has mid pair and if you go for thin value he probably folds it on that board so i like the check behind because it did look like flush draw.
44: personally i would probably just donk bet, but the way its played its fine to fold, honestly he never has 6 here not because its unlikely for him to have it but because he is horrible and doesnt know how to thin bet.
A9: i don't really see why you decide to check raise here, you have yet to do it with top pair hands and really only hand thats doing it there is like a flush draw or like 9T and he should be able to out play you on the turn easily.
37 like 24 minutes in: good play.
28 minutes in with T9: i lol'ed at him not raising you.
good play with the 56.
got to love his huge ass luckbox AA<TJ runner runner quads.
KT: first of all, you 3 bet hands that play like hell OOP, second of all why c-bet you always fold out worse hands or he raises and you have a decision to make, check for pot control, then evalue on turn, and once you bet and he raises, calling there is kind of bad, I think I'm just folding because you know that this player is really not capable of making moves, plus he should also realize your 3 bet % is so small and his A is good.
AK: its a fold, i already said this, this guy is not capable of making moves, there is no other explaination.
Some side notes: ok I don't mean to sound like a total d**k but you are lucky to get away with only being down so little. few things you were doing wrong in my eyes:
you let him over run you with 3 bets, 22% is way too high for hu and you only played him back at him like 3 times. Also if you are trying to create an aggresive dynamic and want this guy to play back when he doesnt have hands you need to 3 bet with garbage and showdown with it, nothing tilts people more than losing to some garbage that flopped two pair or w/e, or bluff and show him. This guy was not a thinking player so it would just tilt him and not really make him think that ur trying to set him up.
Also I saw you 3 bet with hands that play so bad OOP against his raising range, which in the vid you said hud doesnt matter but it kind of does for his opening range and you didn't adjust to that.
My final point is about c-bets and playing on the button, this guy was folding so much and calling c-bets so much, here is what you do start raising every button because of his tight calling range, and polarize your c-bets and try to only c-bet when you hit, when you are raising every button and even if only c-betting when you hit, this guy wouldn't have noticed, and if he started 3 betting you, start 4 betting him. To me it seems like you play same strategy from beginning to end with like 3 3 bets with garbage, I saw no adjustments and no counter adjustments against this guy. Also you kept saying it throughout the match, this guy is bad, he is not capable of making moves, stop paying him off when you know he has the nuts. Oh and one more thing, mix in some donk bets when you know the flop misses his range because his opening range on button was pretty small, and if you only donk bet when you hit sets, you will never get paid off. To me it seemed like you had the mentality of trying to just keep the pots small when you should be trying to have the game aggro as possible and just own him in position. I mean you did have some solid plays like with T9, that was the right play and read he just got lucky, but you also made some silly mistakes which cost you a lot of money, the KT and AK hand.