Originally Posted by sharkyo01
You call to quick then it means you have something... Slower normally confused people or your working out something like odds... Just mix it up
Usually a 'slow check' in micro limits is a rookie who thinks that if they pause for awhile & then check, villain is going to think " hmm.. maybe he's got a real hand there & was considering betting with it" 9 times out of 10 it means they're weak, the other 1 of 10 is because they're multi-tabling and were in involved in another hand on another table.
In reference to your initial post, where you say you make these calls but don't do so in B & M. This is normal for many players because of the anonymity of online poker >> you don't have to look your opponent's in the eyes after making a donkey move.
In this particular hand... so you call... at least you've got position on them for the rest of the hand.
As far as why are they re-raising you often? Pretty sure it's not due to them having notes saying "folds often to 3bet from blinds when stealing".. and instead probably says, "will flat a reraise with weak and then isn't particularly tricky in post-flop play and will give it up easily".
Obvious solution is to tighten up your range.