lol...like I said, I've played it, so I'm not judging it by how it looks on paper. Though perhaps you did? And when I say "easy", I mean relative to the genre of the Chopin Polonaise.
You aren't playing it any faster than I did. Just imagine how much harder it would be with small hands!
Speaking of your big hands...my version (Mikuli) has the chords with 10ths, like on the first beat of measure 4, marked without
rolls. I can barely reach a 10th (and only some 10ths) but I found it easier and nicer to play those chords without rolls when possible. I rather think that some versions added the rolls because most people can't reach 10ths comfortably. There's not a single roll marked in the Mikuli version. The roll in the left hand on the downbeat of measure 4 sounds like it might be awkward for you (it was unnaturally loud the first time, and you missed the B# the second time), so you might try playing it without the roll.
There are some wrong notes, but I won't nitpick on those since this is a work in progress and there are probably just as many slips as reading errors.
Also, on the third beat of measure 5, going into measure 6, I feel like you are cheating a bit. Especially, that gap between the two measures is strange and a bit anti-climactic. I would work on really pushing that crescendo through to the downbeat of measure 6, as smooth as possible.
Anyway, your touch in the parts that you are obviously more technically comfortable in is really nice. Keep up the good work!