Originally Posted by thepokerkid123
Actually I play cash games, and it worked for me. You might get labelled a rock but you'll still get action.
I'm not saying play only the top 10 hands, just saying play fewer than you are right now. Drop smaller suited connectors and only play 89s and T9s from position.
Just don't get yourself in marginal situations too much (and certainly not when you don't have position). It works while you're getting used to a new level of play.
I'm guessing you're not going to follow this advice and that's fine, you do what you want.
But it works.
People call too much, that's their weakness. Playing tighter makes them think of you as a rock but you'll still get action.
I don't disagree with what you say, but the question is improving post flop play.
It assumes that you play a decent pre flop game.
With that in mind, your advice is that someone who already plays a decent preflop game should tighten up and play more positionally... which is why I think Jurn8 is pointing out that you will simply be playing an extremely nitty game and get no action.
I dont think your advice is that someone playing a 15/12 or 13/11 game should or would improve their post flop play by playing a 6/4 game.
So really you are talking about preflop adjustments, which should already be in place.