Improving turn play & (suited) connectors/gap connectors
I'm looking at my PT stats to find leaks in my game. I think I found some that need plugging. I've started playing again since september after a long break from poker. I'm doing great, cashed 3k in a MTT and started playing $20+2 SnGs. 20% ROI from SnG (in roughly 400 games). I noticed in my stats that my aggressiveness on the turn significantly falls behind preflop, flop and river aggression. I'm not sure what's considered normal, but here's my aggro factor according to PT:
Vol. put in pot is 21.42%
I generally don't call, but either raise or fold. It seems I get scared on the turn alot. I would like your input on your interpretation of these stats and suggestions. I'll be happy to supply you with more stats if you need em.
Another thing my stats show is that I make EV- suited/offsuit connector / gap connector plays. A lot of my -BB hands are of those kind. My small pocket pairs are big winners. Should I play (suited/gap/offsuit) connector type of hands similar to for example pocket 3s ? (In position, cheap, multiway, deep stacked opponents, with lots of implied odds