Basic rules for experienced player to play against newbies that I try to use:
1) play only good starting hands (they don't know what these even are).
2) Don't get fancy...bluff,check/raise,semibluff,steal blinds,positional betting. They don't understand the meaning of these moves. You can try, but still expect to get called.
3) Bet only if you have it.
4) You can control the hands by betting first, most newbies will just call and not reraise. Nice for drawing hand, you can keep pot odds there. Ultra aggressive tables with lots of reraises, I will usually just be a calling station with newbies.
5) Expect to get sucked out sometimes since they will play A anything and K anything, just because of the top card. They will call down 2nd or 3rd best pair and hit 2 pair on the river etc.
6)Don't expect to dominate let alone win. It will turn into slot machine poker and will be determined by who gets more lucky. You increase your chances of winning by playing top starting hands but still no guarantee they will hold up.