sorry zach, but either your mic is trash or you have it set up way too close to your mouth, but we can hear your breathing all throughout the video Great commentary, bad audio quality.
AJ hand raise WAY more out of position. $1 should be your standard open. Here with the 3 limpers it should be at the very minimum the $1.5 that zach mentioned. I think $2+ is good.
78s you're not even in that bad shape against a bigger FD (slightly more than a 2:1 dog). Only solidifies the point that you want to get money in there. Calling's fine to try and get the people behind you to call, but I like raising too.
22, just like a lot of those other hands, you should be raising instead of limping. Basically what zach said. Try to stop using the auto- buttons.
77 is a fold against the short stack. Flat it like zach says - raising/shoving isn't terrible, but he won't always stack the smaller pairs, but may double barrel/shove them, and since we're stacking Ax regardless if we raise flop, we can slowplay a bit.
78s on the button is a standard standard call. Squeezing's a nice option too. Deep, with the fish in the pot, with position on everyone, call.
AJ in the SB, agreed, very good fold. Playing out of position is a HUGE disadvantage and it's just a massive leak if you call there.
The AK squeeze, agreed, raise a lot more. Zach goes into multilevel theory about playing back, but you don't even see that until 50nl or higher often enough to worry about it. cbetting is fine, and if you have enough hands (1000s probably) on the guy, enough to know he'll play back a lot postflop, then CRAI is a pretty aggro and effective play. Like I said though, you won't run into enough guys at 25nl to really have to worry about it and there's nothing wrong with just cbetting and folding to a raise.
Yea just reiterating what zach said, everything looked good, but stealing could be upped a good amount and your open limping in MP/LP should change too.
Good stuff, thanks for the video.