I only looked at 2-3 hands, but I've noticed the following:
1) You are way too passive on the button with 1 limper in. Ever heard the term "isolating a limper"? Well this is what you need to be doing on the button.
When a weak/loose player limps in, and you have position on them, raise. Get the pot heads up between you and that player. Hands that you'll be playing are likely ahead of most fish
's range. Plus, c-betting their weak asses = big profit, since they fold so many flops. So hands like this:
Dealt to 09kKahneFan [Th Jd]
TD'sTrevor: calls $0.05
09kKahneFan: calls $0.05 <-- you're on the button, isolate that limper & keep the blinds out.
2) When the small blind open limps into your big blind, you should be raising with a WIDE range. So for example, in this hand:
Dealt to 09kKahneFan [Ac Tc]
TD'sTrevor: calls $0.03
his limping range from this position. You have got to raise this for value.
3) This is a little nit-picky, but you're calling raises without proper implied odds
. You're playing 5$ NL. So buy in for a full stack. But here you're calling a raise from a player who is short stacked.
Also, suited connectors (in my opinion anyways) rely a lot on your ability to make moves postflop. They'll often give you a pretty good amount of equity to back up moves, so they turn into winning plays. But if you're up against a retarded short stacker, then suited connectors are NOT what we're looking for.
Seat 1: TD'sTrevor ($1.52 in chips)
Seat 2: mhdfar ($2.88 in chips)
Seat 3: 09kKahneFan ($2.48 in chips)
Seat 4: Deal_umm_Up ($5.44 in chips)
Seat 5: joe52962 ($3.29 in chips)
Seat 6: carriebu ($8.63 in chips)
joe52962: posts small blind $0.02
carriebu: posts big blind $0.05
*** HOLE CARDS ***
Dealt to 09kKahneFan [8c 6c]
TD'sTrevor: raises $0.15 to $0.20
09kKahneFan: calls $0.20
In this hand, you're getting implied odds of 6.6:1 (call 20 cents to win 1.32). That's not even good enough for a set mine, much less a hand that really needs deep stacks to play well.
So my general advice is to be *way* more aggro preflop. When I play 10$ NL I play about 30% of my hands in 6max (I'm a pretty loose bastard). Of that 30%, about 6-7% are calls, 20% are raises, and the remaining 3-4% I'm 3-betting or more. You really need to close the gap between your VPIP & PFR!