I knew I would get the move tables answer
Last night I was in the situation and my strategy was to raise pre-flop then make a continuation bet (most of the time)...check/fold to any show of strength. I didn't raise ATC, but loosened up my range and would raise to get position.
The results...I was slowly drained as 2 out of 3 raises would get me the blinds, but on the hands where I was called by 1 or more opponents, I would lose 2 out of 3 hands post flop.
Maybe it was just a bad run...I even lost decent hands like JQ that hit a J on the flop. I folded the turn when an A hit and the rock fired then showed AK with the nut flush draw. Raised QQ, K hit on the flop, fired continuation bet and I was raised...folded, rock showed K.
I'm not saying my play was great, I definitely had some hands where I might as well have just handed the money over to save the dealer the time and effort.
I guess my original post was just to see if my strategy was way off or if there are alternatives I had not considered.
For a while I switched to limping in position with ATC, hoping to catch a good flop that would let me break a rock but I was not hitting anything.
Tight, passive, aggressive? You mean tight pre-flop, call flop/turn, aggressive river..in otherwords trap?