Really high VPIP in 2NL
So I'm making my first real foray into cash games, started about a week ago with a meager $20 deposit.
Been playing for about a week now and according to PokerTracker I'm at almost 23BB/100 so far at 2NL. Which sounds ok, but considering it's .02 BB's that we're talking about, and only a week's worth of samples, I'm not too excited just yet.
What's worrying me is that my VPIP is 40-50 in most sessions. I hear people talk about being a fish with numbers that high, and I'm thinking that I'm making a terrible mistake with my style right now.
I guess I'll explain the thought process though...I wouldn't replicate this strategy at 10NL, but at 2NL most people are limping every pot, so the price to see a flop is 2 cents...but people are sitting there buying in deep-stacked with 5 dollars.
So I'm playing every speculative hand I get, even out of position. Unsuited connectors, one-gappers, Ax hands, almost anything suited. That sort of garbage. The idea is that I buy into the pot for 2 cents, maybe hit a monster on the flop and stack someone, and if not I just cut my losses and fold.
I'd like to think that this could be called a loose-aggressive style and something that is viable in the micros, but I could also just be a really lucky fish. Any input from the more experienced folks here? =)