The only difference between the two is the fact that on zoom you play only the top cards. so you can go all in easier with AA or KK , because the others have good cards too. Bad beats are also preety often on zoom. you will often see KK go against AK, AQ, and hit the A on the flop. but in order to win you must gamble.
Pairs like JJ 10 10, you can call the raise and wait for the set, simply call a raise on a flop like 825, ( he might have the strong hands AA; KK ; QQ and have u beat, or get the set before you)
Put notes for every player that you play against, in zoom. you will need them.
For the HUD depending on the site that you are playing : https://www.pokernews.com/news/2015/...licy-22920.htm
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