there are a few things i want to comment about in this video, but i should be making a disclaimer first please take the following as constructive criticism; i am not trying to belittle your work, you did a great job, the video is mostly great stuff and people will benefit greatly from it (me too, for some of the parts), which is the entire point, after all. however:
- wouldn't it have been much more useful if you could use a little longer period / bigger database selection to show your thoughts? in 3k hands, that can basically all be variance at work
- please try to make the sound volume (your voice, the music was already fine to loud) a little higher next time - i had to strain to hear your words, and i didn't enjoy that a lot (this may have been a noisier environment for me, so take other opinions).
- (most serious, although still debatable) your analysis of the positions where you lose money is somewhat flawed. we can see that you are basically only behind in the blinds (awesome), but then again, your basis of comparison should not be the same, i.e. while in the rest of the positions it does not cost you anything to see your cards, here it does. and since most of the time you would be folding anyway, that means your baseline is not 0, but somewhat lower. for example, -2 or -5 cents, depending on the blind (this is also a little simplified, but i think closer to the truth than your POV). this is why PT3 has the awesome "without blind" column. there, you can see that you are actually winning money from the big blind compared to always folding, but your SB play could use some work. and now, you need to look at that more closely. at first sight, it seems that your VPIP from the SB is about the same as on the button, and that does not make much sense if you are mostly completing the BB, no matter what odds
you are getting/how many limpers there are. if, however, it is mostly blind vs. blind situations, then i would suggest slightly toning down the aggression in that particular spot.
i hope all this made sense and it wasn't overly critical. those are really minor points that i thought should be discussed a little further, but overall you did a really good job with the video and explanations. one more time, thanks for all the effort!