Dumpy, my strategy in general is to play quite conservatively for a very long time until I've established a few big pots with big hands. Do that, and you'll be able to bluff with most games. However, when playing a game with such low stakes you may not be able to do that. Look at what people are winning pots with and try to get better hands than that. As a general rule, I don't bet like crazy (especially with such low stakes, because people will call and might get lucky) unless you are sure that you have the best hand. You don't necessarily need to have the nuts but you should be pretty sure that your opponent doesn't have a good hand. Also, as a general rule (general rule...I do break it sometimes though...it depends) I don't go all-in with any pocket pairs. Now of course if there's only a couple of other people at the table it'll probably be worth it, but not all the time. Wait to see if you hit anything on the flop before betting huge on the pocket pairs. Also, be wary of flush and straight draws too, you don't want to get a set of trips then go all in. At such low stakes, someone with a straight or flush draw may call that. Instead, bet enough to make them pay for the next card, that way in the long run the odds
won't pay off for them. Hope my post helps and good luck at the tables.