im sure it comes as no surprise to any of you that often times in live 200nl players vastly overvalue the strength of their hands. normally you would have to sit and watch for hours and hours to see what some players will do in these types of situations. for example:
players overshoving on the PFRaiser on something like 107772
or something possibly like shoving in 300bb into a small pot that looks like KcJhQh10d on the turn without the flush draw or the ace of hearts blocker
another example would be jamming a strong river bet on 4578 with the lone six. or even an even better example is 2345 and they over jam your bet with an ace
or even something as silly as having your opponent think he is "value raising" with top two or a set on a straight and flush board
or lastly shoving over a bet on the turn or river on a paired board with the nut flush when its entirely possible that the person they are shoving over could have a boat
as i go on thinking i can even think of some situations where checkraising overpairs can be profitable against fish who cant hand read or get away from 88 on 734 regardless of the action, when normally one would suggest just betting or flat calling to keep worse hands in and not value-town yourself.
at these low stakes (i play mainly in a charity poker room) you can normally just wait for the turn to see if a fish has the set because many of them NEVER flop raise a set unless its connected like 9 10 J or monotone
there are countless other situations and if you can think of some good ones i havent listed i would be happy to hear them as i am trying to make adjustments to my game that will help me win 200nl live.
my question is if these situations happen before we can develop a read on a particular player what is normally the correct play in these types of situations? as it may be bad to make some hero folds or even some folds you think would be standard in micro online or lowstakes live games