Bart just mentioned in today's show (Macau III) about how in the lower limits, most people just aren't playing draws aggressively. I also find that to be true.
Bart also always touts comments like, "You should do xyz, because nobody else in the player pool does that, so when you do it, it looks like abc." Like raising a donk bet OTF for instance with a one-pair hand (like TPGK or an overpair) and betting turn and river. Or betting medium-strength hands on the river for value on scary boards, where the rest of the player pool would check back and only bet monsters and bluffs.
So my question is this:
If players don't play their draws aggressively at the lower limits, and we should be doing the opposite of what the player pool does, does that mean we should be playing our draws aggressively? Usually, I play draws fairly passively, because I play in 100bb-cap games, and I feel that there is not (usually) enough fold equity in a raised pot to, let's say, bet/3-bet the flop in a single-raised pot from the BB with a draw (OESD, nut flush draw, pair and a gutshot, etc.). I almost always check/call (or if in position, call) the PFR c-bet with my draws, and wait to either make my hand, or, if the PFR slows down, I may choose to semi-bluff the turn (if in position).
Should I be mixing in more aggressive lines with draws at the 2-5 and lower limits, or is that spewy?
Thank you for your comments.