Originally Posted by fasteddee74
...In limit games you have to ram n jam with big hands. Slow playing is a big no no.
Kind of an over-generalization, but I get where you're coming from. Yes you don't want a strong hand to check through, but sometimes that's not so bad because you might be able to use that to trap the field for an extra big bet on the next street. However, that is a caveat, and unless you understand the situation enough to determine the play will work often enough to be more +EV you're not going to be too far off simply firing away with what will likely show down as the best hand.
Honestly if you want to play good solid limit poker, you're going to have to put some time in to learn how to play that game. Lee Jones book got me up to $20/$40, and once I was playing there it was a game better suited for the playing style described in Small Stakes Hold'em.