I think if you go to tools>options> capture layered windows it should record the hud stats. Try it on a small vid.
78 at like 6:30 I don't like calling there. We're getting almost 4:1 but the combination of mostly hitting draws as opposed to two pair + and the fact that we're out of position for the rest of the hand makes getting to showdown with our marginal hands a lot harder, and also makes getting value harder when we flop a monster. I just fold there.
You do this a few times throughout the video (see KJ, A2) and I think it's a leak for the same reasons. You also called a small reraise when you opened QJ utg which isn't exactly the same, but they all relate in that you're calling a raise OOP with a marginal hand, and that's basically going to be spew long-term. I was hoping to see you flop top pair type hands to see how you handled them but you basically missed or flopped a monster. I just think the combination of missing most of the time, flopping hard-to-play draws another good chunk of the time, flopping marginal top pair/medium pair hands and not flopping monsters enough (all OOP of course) is going to be a significant drawback on your winrate.
22 at 14:30 I'll often check-fold flops like these against fishy shortstacks. They never fold their draws, and also hold onto second pair or even underpairs sometimes. The board just connects with too much of their range and with the fishiness they just won't lay down very many hands.
Right before 20 min mark you call down 88 vs what you say is an aggressive player, I didn't like the call down. His bet sizing probably means he's on a draw or has something weak like a T or 7, maybe even a queen. Easy to say after the fact, but I think of those hands, his range is weighted towards weak single pair hands as usually a lag will raise more with a draw to get more FE. I think I like calling and raising big on a safe (non jack/ace/king/ten) turn if he leads weak again. By calling down you're only giving yourself one way to win, and that's if he's on a busted draw.
23 minutes you isolate OTB with 89o. By the river I really think the only hands that beat us are miracles (slowplayed overpairs, miracle jacks, sets) and that there are tons of small pairs that can call. 45, 34, A4, A3, maybe ace high, 55-77...definitely value there. You've also underrepped your hand tremendously and will get looked up pretty light.
TT hand at like 31 mins, that is a tough river decision. What were his stats? Sets, two pair, 78/76/etc, 77 all have you beat and basically you're banking on him having a busted flush draw. I thought maybe block betting the river for like 1/3 pot would be ok, but even then you're not getting looked up by nearly enough worse hands (A6? 99?) to make it a good value bet. I think check-folding is probably best there. If he's aggressive I probably block bet the river in hopes of a cheap showdown, and if he raises I think we have to assume we're beat. Toughie.
AKs late in the video I like double barreling the turn. In effect you're value betting/protecting your hand against the drawing hands, and you also give those smaller pairs a hard time with the overcard.
Good stuff, again the only thing I felt was a big leak was your calling OOP. The odds sound good, but you're not considering the magnitude of the other factors. Aside from that again I liked the play - very solid aggressive style and I hope you and others come out with more videos, they're great for group and self analysis.