First off the video turned out weird for some reason for me. It doesn't play on wmp and plays with inverted colours on vlc player. No biggie, but you can make the video smaller as well as pretty much avoid these problems by using icemonkey's .mov compression instead of avi.
Why the $20 buyin? Shouldn't change too much of your gameplan, but for obvious and previously discussed reasons you usually want to have max buyin.
KQs shortly thereafter should also be a raise. Punish the limpers! Pop to 2-2.50 or so and take it from there.
88 at ~3:00 should be at least a call. There's debate for 3betting or just flatting, and I think it's mostly a style issue against an unknown.
58 and 58 (imagine that! ), steal unless you're given a reason not to. It'll give you a looser image (gets you paid off with your big hands) and also provides immediate profit. Steal away!
J7s limp on the button isn't terrible, but it's not great either. I will occasionally raise it with good reads on the limpers, but otherwise I think it's just a fold.
Limping KQs (~6mins) would be pretty bad. Should be raise or fold situation and generally folding is best at a full table.
You're looking too much at pot odds
and less at the actual situation. Like if you're getting 5:1 on a call, that sounds great, but means absolutely nothing if you're up against a range of hands that has you sitting as a 10:1 dog.
So for example the 9T hand. You're getting 'good odds', but are up against a tiny stack which means you have next to zero implied odds, are out of position (which means playing your draws/extracting value/bluffing/etcetc will be a kajillion times harder), and...well do I really need to go on? You do have very loose players in the pot, but I could tell from your commentary you didn't really consider that as all you were paying attention to was your pot odds
. Not only that but they're short stacked. Anyways, that's a fold imo.
I was going to say the flop call is bad, but after punching some hands into stove it doesn't look all that bad. But really look at the hand as a hole. You called a raise with 9To against a shortstack (admittedly with bad players in the pot too), then called his smallish push with a gutshot. Raise/fold poker is hardly ideal, but it's much better than doing what you did there imo. Again I don't think the hand was terrible
, but it was just sloppy in my eyes.
AKs at ~15:40, why no c-bet? That's a pretty dry board and you can get folds from the smaller pocket pairs a lot of the time. I cbet that almost always against an unknown.
Then betting the turn...do you expect 88 for ex. to fold now? What hand are you representing? The 3s only put more draws on board which means there's a better chance of him having a draw, which means there's now a greater chance of him calling.
Then you cbet AK into 3 people on a very drawy J86 board (~16:00). I don't think cbetting there will be profitable at all - most of the time they'll call with their 99 or whatever, or they'll chase their draw, and you'll generally have to give up on the turn. Even heads-up I'm usually checking that flop unless my opponent is VERY passive.