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Don't worry about dollars as you're playing. You mention money several times after you lose a pot.
I think you're ch/calling too often OOP. Try leading the occasional flop with like middle pair with a FD on board.
Your turn bets are probably larger than they need to be. Remember you don't have to bet a lot on the turn to deny someone odds
to draw to a flush or straight. I think you're blowing a lot of people off of hands that might call a slightly smaller bet on the turn.
@ 7:00 in you fold KJo on the button with a handful of limpers in front. I'm always at least calling there and usually raising.
Same table on the next hand, you can't check behind on the river with top set. Chances he has the flush are slim to none after he checks the river but he's soooo bad and he should be pot committed that he'll cal with just about everything.
@10:50 you consider raising a short stack with AT but don't because he's tight. Honestly he'd have to be amazingly loose before you should even think about 3betting there. AT against an EP SS should be an instamuck imo.
@12:00 I like cbetting the K high flop with 88. Even against 2 players. The flop basically only hit their ranges if they flopped a set.
The AT hand at the end you're almost never getting called by worse there when you bet > full pot. He either folds or doubles there imo.