I'm going to have some time off in December and plan to play weekday poker (3/5).
I expect the play in these games to be a mostly tight/passive, and in some cases VERY tight.
Bart's material is not geared towards this type of game. Curious what adjustments people like to make in these games.
Here are the things I could think of:
1. Thin value spots will be rarer, you often aren't getting called by worse.
2. Call way less frequently. Everyone's bluffing frequency is too low so generally you should be folding or raising. Exception being calling with the intention of bluff on a later street.
3. Don't count on implied odds unless your draw is hidden or there are other special circumstances that lead you to believe you'll get called when you hit.
4. Raise wide in position preflop
5. 3 bet light (squeeze) when there is a loose raiser who gets multiple callers. RESPECT YOUR OPPONENTS 3 BETS.
6. Continuation bet more
7. Semi bluff more (esp. as a raise and esp. if draw is hidden)
Ideally the table dynamic you want to create is all the nits think 'Oh man look at this LAG tard, I just need to wait till I get a hand so I can get it in with him!' Meanwhile you keep taking down lots of small-ish pots with your aggression, and folding when they play back.
Note: The type of game I'm describing doesn't exist at Commerce, but I think might exist in Las Vegas (at least on some tables). It's basically tight/passive with a few TAGs sprinkled in.