Well basically just stick to ABC poker. Play your hand, don't really try any tricks.
Keep an eye on your opponents. Try to be aware of how they play but don't take it as gold. Any player can do anything at anytime.
Don't invest a lot into the pot unless you have avery strong hand. Most micro players are either very passive or maniacs. You'll be able to tell what your against after they've played one orbit.
i pretty much use the starting hand strategy HERE
. If the table is really tight I loosen up a little and if they figure out that you're pretty much playing premium hands then it's time to switch tables.
When I bet it's eithe 1/2 pot or pot sized bets. Most of your opponents don't look at their odds
so if you are then you're going to profit.
I've written some stuff in My Blog (http://jimboj.blogspot.com/) about micro strategy. It mostly covers 5c/10c but 10c/25c is only a litter tighter preflop and not much better playing. If you're playing the penny tables then good luck. If there is a draw on the board and more the 2 other people in the pot there is a good chance somebody hit it.