How do you deal with people that go all in pre-flop on every round. This happens lots on the small values tables and annoys the crap out of me, and what annoys me the most is that they usually end up winning... What I have been doing is waiting for some good cards and then calling them, but this usually ends up in me loosing, or loosing so much in blinds waiting for the good cards that i run out of chips.
Find yourself a table where you can play and control the table. Players that use to go all-in often in the cash games are either whales or tilted ones.
Cash is not the type of game that we are going to go all-in preflop very often, because this increases a lot the variance and make the player more nervous, given the pressure of holding your hands or hitting.
I follow the pot geometry strategy which follows that we should put chips/blinds in the pot according to the street we are in.
So preflop we are avoiding put more than 30% of our chips, even in 4-bet pots, cause if we do it, it is wiser to go all-in already.
This pot geometry states that we should put less chips preflop and more chips on the river: we build the pot from preflop-flop-turn-river, and we jam on the river where we can make almost a perfect choice.
Anyway, if you have players accelerating the pot preflop too much, you should leave the table and find another one where players are more calm/passive.