I`m gonna be honest here.
Based on your examples - I have pair 6`s, flop say 8, 4, 2 rainbow, I raise and get called. Turn 10. I raise, get called. River Ace I raise, get rerased, then I call.
The other guy shows A2 - I then spend the next 20 mins or so telling him he should have know he was behind on the flop, turn and even his bet on the river was bad cause I could have had a set... Even though there were 2 overs to my 6`s, a possible set, etc. I ignore all this .
Its the same with my monster being hit on the river.
So, what I do is mouth off to my opponent.
In the early days it was pure frustration. Now I do it to get a reaction.
I`ll check out their stats on Official Poker/ Sharkscope
and tell them how bad it is.
NowI know this is wrong, but what happens is I want everyone to think I`m on tilt. I start raising like a mad man (Chips allowing)
I`m actually waiting for one of the guys to push when they are behind - you will be suprise how many times people forget that even a person on tilt can get a monster hand.
I`m not saying this is a great strategy, but it seems to work for me - well sometimes...