My micro limit ring game strategy
Just play one table at a time. Yes this drops your hourly win rate but it allows you to focus more on the process of playing poker (which you will definitely need to have a strong grasp on later on in the higher limits).
Another thing, don't let it discourage you when you've been playing for an hour or so and some one gets on the table and doubles or triples through his buy in over a period of 5 to 15 min. He got lucky may happen to get lucky again. But in the long run he will lose.
You really should be playing on the .01/.02 NLHE tables with a $25 bankroll. Just take your time and wait for the big hands and bet the heck out of them. The majority of your opponents will be multi tabling and most will not even realize that you've been a rock up until now and actually have a hand and you will get paid off.
Also, there is no reason to rush things as far a building your bankroll. You have $25. If you average $3 a day until the end of the year you will have a bankroll of 1k. Don't think, I've got to win big now or in every session. It's about the long haul.
One more thing. At those limits you will have quite a few people chasing Flushes or Straights with horrible odds
. This is what you want. There will be times however that it will seem as though they are always catching on the turn or river. Don't let this discourage you and don't start chasing with bad odds yourself because of that. It happens and if you are down and even up and feel yourself getting frustrated because of this STOP PLAYING for the day or until you get this frustration out of your head and can go back to the tables and focus on playing your best game. Continuing to play will only cause you to lose more of your hard earned bankroll.
Tying in with the above statement. You will see a large quantity of cheese hands win pots. Don't start playing cheese yourself just because you see cheese winning.
Another thing keep notes on the players at the table. Their starting stack when you or they joined the table and the time. Have they reloaded, do they chase with bad odds, how are they betting when they have a winning hand, when they are behind in a hand and then catch up or end up with the better hand, Do they like to try and trap. Those are just some of the questions about your opponents you should be asking yourself and keeping notes on.
Lastly, one thing that I have noticed with ring games esp at the micro stakes is that a large bet usually is real and not a bluff. At these levels you should be playing ABC poker or Hit to win poker. The fancy bluffs and tricks are all just a waste. More times than not they guy will call when you don't want him to with bottom pair and win the pot. Unlike in tourneys, players in ring games are more likely to trap than to bluff.