1. AJ hand - Interesting raise to 84 lol. No problem with that though, but I do have a problem with the flop bet, 60 into a 188 pot is way too small. I'd be betting at least 120 - 130 there. You're giving potential callers better than 4:1.
2. AJ again - 4 limpers behind you and you raise to 70. Raise this up more, I'd go to 100-120 with all those limpers. The first limper will get 3:1 to call and the odds
get better for the others as they call. Played it fine postflop though, other guy just sucked out for the 9.
3. 6T - I'd muck this preflop, calling's not horrible but I think I'd like a raise better there. Then the crazy minraise war lol.
4. 99 - why the just over minraise? I like a 3x-4x raise there or else a limp.
5. A9 in the SB - I think this should be a raise or fold, and I'd choose raise here.
6. 26d - Just muck it, no reason to be playing this hand without deep stacks.
7. 46d - Fine call in a deep stack situation, but just over 30 big blinds deep this is just a fold.
8. 68h - same thing, unless you're deep I think this just needs to be a fold
9. A4o - Please raise, basically in a shortstacked situation here I think you should forget the call button even exists, and be raising or folding.
10. K9o - This is a fold, oop with a pretty bad hand.
11. K4o - Again, just muck it
12. 69h - Again, this is a fold
13. ok I'm going to stop with this, because you do it every time. When you're on the SB, you don't want to be limping junk. There's actually a thread here on that. You have been playing tight however and the raises with AK and 77 took it down, so I wouldn't mind raising some junk just to steal blinds at this point. But you either need to bluff or fold, you don't want to be limping in this situation.
14. Q8 - Obviously fold pre as I said but the flop bet is fine, but why the turn bet? If he has top pair he's probably not folding, and if he hit the flush he's definitely not folding. What better hand do you fold out? Meanwhile no worse hand will call the second barell. I think the turn needs to be a check. You're just getting no value or fold equity from this bet.
15. J9h - Preflop aside, why are you betting 100 into a 400 pot? Make this ~300. And then 100 into 650? And then the third barrel makes little sense. I'd like to hear your reasoning in how you played this hand, it just looks completely bizzarre.
16. 98 hand, interesting hand. On the turn this guy made it pretty obvious he had a K and I like the raise, although I'd make it a bit larger. Still it seems this guy would have called any raise. Then he shoves the river, I don't know if this is a good call or not. On the one hand it seems like it's trying to induce a call from a turned low flush or on the other hand it also looks like "I have top pair and don't want to make a tough decision with a bet, I'm arrrin". Fortunately for you it was the latter. I don't know if this is a good call or not, but good result .
17. K2o - I don't mind raising to steal some blinds, but please raise more than a min raise, preferably at least 3 big blinds.
18. 36o - Why are you betting this river? If he has any club he's probably calling you and without a club he most likely won't call. Either way you get no value or fold equity.
So in general, bet more consistently preflop, and it should be 3-4x or more with a bunch of limpers. Limp much less, you should generally be raising or folding with a short stack (defined as <50 big blinds). You were stealing blinds with all your legitimate hands later on, so you should be stealing a lot more with rags. When it got 3-way the other 2 were extremely tight, so you can loosen up and take their blinds if they don't want them .
So yeah, I'd work on bet sizing and less limping (especially from the SB), and also not betting when it makes no sense, like on the river with 4 to a flush. Top pair just isn't going to call there and any flush will call you. Make sure you always have a reason for betting, to fold out a better hand or make a worse hand call. Other than that though you played decent, other than the SB you seemed to have decent hand selection.