Here I will fix your hands for you into a more readable format, less data but enough for feedback to be possible.
Hero dealt A A
Hero raises to $0.08.
Flop ($0.17) J T 8
BB bets $0.12.
Hero raises to $0.54.
Turn ($1.25) 7
BB bets $0.84.
River ($3.89) 8
BB bets $2.20.
You should cut out the results if you want help on a hand, because if others read the results then their advice will be results oriented. Also, you should never really care about the results yourself because you should be looking for the best possible line of actions through the streets against a villain regardless of what he actually has. You play against the range of hands that he has against the hand or range of hands that you play, and try to make the most profitable choices against his tendencies to exploit him for his mistakes.
Anyway! For this hand, my advice is this:
- Raise more preflop, minraising is bad in almost all situations.
- Raise less on the flop, to $0.36 would have been better. Typically I will raise 3x as a default, though there are several reasons to bet other sizes in certain situations.
- Turn completes one obvious draw and he takes the lead, folding there is probably a good idea.
- River is a blank, so if you call the turn you have to call the river.
This hand is just spewy, 88 is definitely not a good hand for 4bet/5bet situations. Unless your villain is a super maniac, you don't want to be playing like that, your 3bet is also marginal but okay, though once he raises you have to let it go.
Another preflop allin hand, in this one I don't think you should be 4bet shoving TT against a villain unless you have seen (with your HUD) that their 3bet range is loose. Most villains will 3bet a tight range that is often ahead of TT. Calling to setmine would probably have been a better option, though the villain is fairly shortstacked you could have decided to 4bet or fold based on his 3bet stats. If you don't have a lot of stats on him, fold or shove based on how high his pfr is.
As a side note, I'm glad you moved down to 4nl. That was a smart choice as that gives you about 40 buyins. I personally go with a roughly 50 buyin minimum for the stakes that I choose to play (currently I am in 10nl).
I'm really glad that I found your thread because I would like to help you as much as I can! I remember when I was learning and struggling, and it took me a long time to improve and get better because I didn't have any direct help from others. I read threads and guides but had to try things out and learn from trial and error. I think that this is a good way to learn for anybody but that if you have some help, this process can go soooo much faster.
Anyway, I would be happy to help as much as I can! I will be following this thread and will be happy to give any advice based on anything you post in the thread.
Just from looking at what you have written, I have some input. I don't know if these are for sure accurate observations but they may be helpful.
- It looks like you might need to some basic "standard" play to try and remove a lot of small leaks from your game.
- I would recommend you learn standard preflop bet sizing, raise sizing, and tighten up your preflop raising and shoving ranges.
- I would recommend you learn standard postflop bet and raise sizing.
- Use your HUD stats (and if you don't know which ones to use, feel free to ask or research) to put villains on ranges and play accordingly.
- Buy into a game for full 100bb and have it set to rebuy to full if you ever drop below.
Feel free to private message me if you would like any help with some of these types of things.