Original poster: Trapping with a vulnerable overpair like QQ is asking for trouble. Sure the other guy made a donkish play (well, 2 donkish plays, the call preflop and the push on the flop) and got lucky, but if he'd checked behind on the flop and an A or K had come up on the turn, what do you do? You've already made a nice pot with the preflop action, big pots need aggression so take them down as soon as possible.
Originally Posted by juiceeQ
So I moved up to the $1/$2 NL tables and ended up tripling my bankroll in about an hour with a combination of tight play, aggressive play, bluffing....a whole mixed bag...it was great!
If you're tripling your bankroll in an hour you're playing at a limit too high for your bankroll. It's nice when you run good, but when you run bad (which you will at some point, everyone does) your roll will go bye bye.