Overall = Nice first video ... kinda hard to follow 6 tables when you are trying to make comments, usually these videos are 4 tables. Also feel free to compress the video further, the quality was great on this one, and it only has to be good.
Sorry if the comments are very cut-and-dry and I dont put in the "atta boy!" comments in there, i am making dinner while doing this so I just got to the parts I felt like you needed some help with. Anyways nice job, you're well on your way.
1) Weird place to be sitting for preferred seating, but if thats what you like, so be it.
2) You need to download PT3 or HEM and use the trial to get use to using a HUD. If you are serious about cash game poker and multitabling using a HUD is a must.
3) Never post blinds out of turn. Just wait for the big blind. Maybe you did that for the sake of getting the video going.
4) Use the auto-reloader built into PokerStars
to always keep you at the max buyin.
1:02 = Bottom left with A9. SB limps, you need to raise that to $0.08 or $0.10 preflop, dont let him limp into you.
1:25 = Bottom left with 76. You auto-folded this ... i would wait. If everyone folds you should be raising this to steal the BB.
2:43 = Bottom right with J5, same comment as 1:25
3:12 = Top left with ATs. Incorrect raise amount. I've been drilled to do 4x big blind plus 1 per limper, so that means here we're raising to 12cents.
3:26 = Bottom left with A6o. This is a potential steal situation so don't auto fold.
3:45 = Top Right with AJo, again use the 4x bb + per limper ... so that should be 10 cents. Just being a stickler and consistant with my comments.
3:48 = ATs on 8JA board with action. I don't like the call, I think this should be a place where you raise it to $0.35 to $0.40. If he flats or raises you know he probably has you outkicked, otherwise they're folding and you win now.
4:13 = Top right, AJo on board K6Q. Guy min-donk bets into you, so he has something meaning you're beat ATM with another guy to act. I think you're best move was to flat that.
5:09 = Middle bottom with 44. Don't auto-call the 2 cents. It's actually a place you should be raising ... Zach has preached to me the benefits of always raising pocket pairs in an unraised pot. However, I do see benefits limping at micro levels (no strong aware players) with 22-66 in UTG and UTG+1. Anyways his $0.18 is just under the "right price" to call so you should have flatted that PF raise.
5:46 = Bottom left, hit the flat-call button against raise with A7 suited. This should be a fold. If you want to be Mr Aggressive i'd respect a 3bet even, just be careful that if you did that to mind his shortstack as he might shove.
6:53 = Top left with 68o, you caught a piece of that flop vs a limper, I'm betting that flop
9:25 = bottom left with 88, i dont like the limp there at all, that should be a raise
9:45 = Bottom middle with AJo, I really dont like the limp there, that should be a raise.
10:06 = bottom middle with AJ on 998 board w/ 2 villains. I might have cbet that right there. I would love to hear other's input.
13:11 = Top Left, A8s ... you limped in UTG+1 here. Not sure if you are flush-mining, but this is a standard fold. (you did it again at 13:46 & 15:27)
14:30 = Folding the 46off to the ~pot bet. You have top pair and a gutshot, but I actually think it's a decent fold, since some of your outs might be dirty to a flush. I'm sure BW07507 would have open shoved that lol
15:17 - Bottom middle, K4 suited auto-fold. Again, steal spot. Just be patient and if folded around, definite steal attempt (same thing at 19:18 on bottom right)
16:51 - Top right, 76o auto-folded, i might want to use my position here and raise it up and take the blinds + limpers.
17:12 - Top Middle, ATo on 9A9 board. You donk bet into him (just the definition of the term when you bet into someone that raised preflop and you act first on the flop). It's not a good move, this is a standard check-raise or even check-call situation to extract money from him. Same hand @ 17:22 I don't like your bet size on the turn, I think that should be at least 50% of the pot and probably 66%.