re: Poker & Is he a fish....or a shark in disguise?
A 92/3/3.5 is, in the long run, going to be a fish. Don't bother checking winrates/stats etc., unless the sample size is meaningful it's going to be misleading at best.
fwiw imo, learn to change gears by all means, but look at LAGs playing a 45/32/2.5 style (which is a difficult style to play fwiw) before looking at 92/3/3.5.
The only way 92/3 works is by depending very heavily on implied odds
situations and tight weak/passive postflop play by villains - which means that this will work at the smallest microstakes levels (since lots of players at those levels will pay off when they shouldn't, and play passively when they shouldn't), but will generally not be effective at higher microstakes levels (those players don't disappear at those levels, but they're not as common, and the agg players will combat this style more effectively).