Well, I usually select my tables with more than 30% flop seen and higher avg pot sizes. Usually if there's 1 or 2 loose aggressive players or calling stations, the better.
But I'd say a poker player can never progress far playing a nitty game right?
FP: If the opponents uses PT and PAHUD, I'm sure most of them would realise that he's playing a nitty game, 15% PFR, the range he raises with would probably be 88+, JT+, relative to his position in the hand. I'd say it's easier to determine his range than a 30/20 LAG.
Is it even possible to improve your postflop skills playing a nitty game? The way I see it, a nit(that's me) seem to play the cards more than the player. At least that's one problem I feel I'm having.
I know my problem, but I shudder when ever I know I should raise QJs when first in from the cutoff, or play a LAG game, calling a 4xbb raise with 98s for the implied odds
offered by a TAG.
I've AA cracked by a LAG, calling with K6s and a myriad of suited hands from LP. However, I'm offering massive implied odds. I feel that I'm able to put my villain on a range of hands now, as compared to when I first joined this forum. but my postflop skills' nothing compared to some of the good LAGs I've met on $100NL(I know BR management... my bad).
Will I even go as far as $100NL playing a nitty game?